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24 May 2015

Doagh Ancestry Group and the South Antrim Living Memories organise talks

The South Antrim Living Memories Project is continuing to develop its programme as Doagh Ancestry Group along with its partners TIDAL (Toome Industrial Development and Leisure) have organised a series of talks over the next 12 months. These are entitled "Milestones in Irish History: Aspects of our Shared Inheritance"

The first of these talks took place on Wednesday 20 May in Doagh Primary School.

This was given by Dr William Roulston and explored the Ulster Plantation.

The talk can be heard by copying and pasting on your browser the link below:



The next talk will be in Toome House on Wednesday 30 September. It will be given by Professor Crawford Gribben of QUB and will examine the impact Oliver Cromwell had on society here.



Dr. William Roulston speaking at the event in Doagh Primary School