Ballycastle Museum

3rd April 2019

Col. Hugh Boyd’s Ballycastle

15th March 2019

Peter Molloy

Bottling Stout “My Granny had the Diamond Bar […] the story I remember from an early age, was so called helping my uncle Micky to bottle […]
15th March 2019

Tom Walsh

Dempsey the Vet and Casement “Pearce Dempsey the vet, he was another that I knew very well. He died rather tragically, he died, he ehm, he […]
15th March 2019

Paddy Campbell

My Father’s Charms “Me father had two charms, ahm, in those days ringworm would’ve been prevalent […] a disease […] supposedly took off farm animals […] […]
15th March 2019

Peter Dickson

Living in Ballycastle “Ballycastle’s a great social town, there’s always something happening every weekend, it has all the facilities that you need, Golf Courses, Tennis Courts, […]
15th March 2019

Micky Dallat

Ballycastle Childhood Memories “Ahm, in the evenings I suppose I played hurling quite a bit. The winter time, well there was a youth club, Mr Hegarty, […]
15th March 2019

Eoin Donnelly

Growing up in Ann Street “My father took over the shop in 1960. I was born in 1967 […] my earliest memories would be way back […]
15th March 2019

Maura O’Loan

Because it’s on the Edge of the Shore? “I worked in Ballycastle quite a bit, and I always enjoyed coming to work [here]. It’s a nice […]
15th March 2019

Mick ‘Putty’ McAuley

Stooking Corn in the Dark “There were one night a gang of us were out running around, and there were a field of corn that Danny […]
15th March 2019

Mary Dallat

Summer Time Fun “I went to the Primary School in Ballycastle, St Bridget’s Primary School until P3 and then after P3 we amalgamated with the boys […]
15th March 2019

Mary Scott

Babbydash Shops “We also would create what we called babbydash shops. Now don’t ask me where the babbydash bit comes from. But we would gather up […]
15th March 2019

Kitty Dickson

Ballycastle Home and Away “Awh, it’d have to be Australia last year. Yeah, […] I met up with a friend of Peter’s, my brother […] and I stayed […]