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Sam Henry Recordings

As part of the Playful Museums project, organised by the Northern Ireland Museums Council and funded by the National Lottery Heritage Fund, we had the opportunity […]

Sam Henry Documentation Project

Documentation of the Sam Henry collection is being carried out in conjunction with the community engagement aspect of the ‘Connecting with the Past, Collecting for the […]

Local community groups give the Sam Henry Collection a new Lease of Life

“I feel inspired to keep Sam Henry’s work alive” Between April and June 2017 four groups from across the Causeway Coast and Glens area participated in […]

Connecting with the Past, Collecting for the Future Project Overview

Coleraine Museum has received a grant from the Esmee Fairbairn Collection Fund administered by the Museums Association of £77,150 to inspire engagement with the Sam Henry […]

Sam Henry and Playful Museums

‘Playful Museums’ is a programme for children under 5 years, their parents and carers, linking them with their local museum. The project is organised by the […]

Exploring Sam Henry’s Preservation of Ulster-Scots Traditions

Exploring Sam Henry’s preservation of Ulster-Scots traditions Coleraine Museum received funding from the Ministerial Advisory Group (MAG) Ulster-Scots Academy, Department of Culture, Arts and Leisure to […]

Sam Henry Research Project

In 2011 Coleraine Museum commissioned a research project to discover more about Sam’s life, works and influence. Dr John Moulden undertook this research which was jointly funded […]

Sam Henry Collection Introduction

Sam Henry, born in Coleraine, is best known as a Folklorist and recognised for his ‘Songs of the People’ series that ran in the Northern Constitution […]

Our Lives Project

Our Lives is a thought provoking exhibition by Causeway Museum Service in partnership with Derry Heritage and Museum Service that records memories from local people about […]

Coleraine Battery Collection

The Collection The Coleraine Battery Collection was donated to Coleraine Borough Council for safekeeping by the Old Comrades Association in 1996. The impressive collection includes more […]