A Day In The Life: Tipperary 2020 Within 2km

A Day in the Life: Tipperary 2020 within 2km

  • 24th April 2020
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A Day in the Life: Tipperary 2020 within 2km   Yes, life in lockdown is necessary. It is also historic.  Tipperary County Council Library Service wants to record it using the old saying ‘A picture paints a thousand words’. Through…

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An Arrows Fight Podcast 11

An arrows fight podcast 11

Athassel Priory, Golden, Co. Tipperary was the largest medieval priory in Ireland. Built in the 12th century by William De Burgo for the Augustinians and dissolved in the 16th century it had a turbulent history, being burnt on more than…

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Bigamy In Cashel Podcast 10

Bigamy in Cashel podcast 10

Part one of the story of Mary Burke from Cashel #Tipperary and her marraige to Toby Burke from Dublin. Mary must have been surprised to learn that her husband of five years and father of their two children had, on…

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Be An Historian!

Be an Historian!

  • 20th April 2020
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Life in Lockdown Whilst we at Tipperary County Council Library Service may be forced to keep our doors shut for the moment, we are continuing to engage with our patrons, both adult and juvenile. ‘Life in Lockdown’ is different, especially…

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Romance Tipperary Style Podcast

Romance Tipperary Style Podcast

Podcast nine in our series is the story of the abduction of Miss Hurley, a farmer's daughter from near Dundrum in County Tipperary. She was taken from her home by a gang of whiteboys in January 1811. Listen here to…

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Archives Snapshot: Shopfronts

Archives Snapshot: Shopfronts

In this video grab we take a look at some shopfront images contained in the image picture collection of Tipperary Studies. Delve further into the image collection on the Tipp Studies archive to see these and a whole lot more…

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Kilfeakle Motte And Bailey Podcast

Kilfeakle motte and bailey podcast

In our eight podcast reading from Denis Marnane's Second hundred  we visit the motte & bailey at Kilfeakle, a lasting monument to the Norman advance into Tipperary and one of the earliest outposts of the De Burgos, who became one of Ireland's…

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