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Lauren Ní Neill – Language and Our Shared Heritage: Logainmneacha Chúige Uladh

 This talk was delivered as part of the 2023 Fireside Talks series, exploring the themes of language and places. To view the whole programme and […]

Fireside Talks 2023 programme – Language and Place across the Causeway Coast and Glens

Language and Place across the Causeway Coast and Glens This year’s Fireside Talks programme features a series of five talks by guest speakers who have used […]

Shared Music of Dalriada 2022 – Fear a’ Bhàta

Fear a’ Bhàta or, The Boatman, is an eighteenth century Scots Gaelic song said to have been written by Sìne NicFhionnlaigh from the Isle of Lewis. The song […]

Shared Music of Dalriada – Rathlin Residential 2022

We are delighted to be able to showcase this year’s Shared Music of Dalriada project with a wee video capturing moments from our Rathlin residential. The […]

Unearthing Graveyard History at Walworth Cemetery

 Join archaeologist, Prof Audrey Horning, as she explores the remains of St Peter’s Church (also known as Walworth Old Church or the Garrison Church), with […]

Remembering the War Years – A Ballymoney World War II Archive Resource

 The wartime stories of ten Ballymoney residents including the Home Front, Ballymoney’s role in the conflict, the Blitz, action on the Continent and North Africa, […]

Royal Memories

As part of Causeway Coast and Glens Borough Council’s Queen’s Platinum Jubilee Programme, Causeway Coast and Glens Museums carried out a number of oral history interviews […]

Leslie Bell Oral History Interview Lower Bann Voices – Farming Families in Duneane, Rural Crafts and Crop Production – Audio and Analysis

This interview with Leslie Bell was recorded on the 29th of April 2022. The interviewer was Michael McConway, Heritage Project Assistant at TIDAL Toome, and the […]

Green Lane Museum Expression of Interest

Voluntary Operation of Green Lane Museum Causeway Coast and Glens Borough Council (“the Council”) invites written proposals from suitably experienced and competent organisations or consortia to […]

Balnamore Mail Bag – Audio Description

On permanent display in Ballymoney Museum is a mail bag from Balnamore Mill used by William Rafferty Orr, a postal worker who identified as blind and […]