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Rathcroghan Centre
OPW approved Heritage and Community Centre, interpreting the Rathcroghan Celtic Royal Complex, Co. Roscommon.
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Rathcroghan Centre Feb 8
We are delighted to be able to announce that we are now taking bookings for the sixth edition of our Rathcroghan Conference - Archaeology Above & Below. This year, we will host our community archaeology conference...
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Rathcroghan Centre Feb 5
It is great to have Rathcroghan and Oweynagat included in the recent Lonely Planet featured article on 'Ireland's...
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Rathcroghan Centre Feb 1
The 1st of February marks the celebration of ‘Imbolc’, one of the four major pre-Christian Gaelic Pagan Festivals, (the others being Bealtaine, Lughnasadh and Samhain). Imbolc is possibly derived from the Irish - “i...
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Rathcroghan Centre Jan 31
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Rathcroghan Centre Jan 30
Lovely morning at Rathcroghan Visitors Centre
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Rathcroghan Centre Jan 28
Fantastic local walking tours available every Saturday in Roscommon town, a great service not to be missed!
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Rathcroghan Centre Jan 24
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Rathcroghan Centre Jan 24
We are looking to fill the role of Farming Rathcroghan EIP Project Manager, a unique career opportunity in our five year pilot agriculture and heritage partnership project. For more information, visit:...
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Rathcroghan Centre Jan 22
A very productive Táin March Festival meeting held in Gleesons Restaurant & Rooms last week, and we cannot wait to kick off on 16th May this year with celebrations beginning in Roscommon Town. ...
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Rathcroghan Centre Jan 22
Important notification, The Farming Rathcroghan EIP Project is hiring! We are delighted to announce that the Farming Rathcroghan Scheme CLG is now looking for applicants for the role as Project Manager for it's five year...
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Rathcroghan Centre Jan 18
Black Donkey Brewing Ltd. Underworld Savage Ale is continuing to make headlines. The ale uses wild yeast cultivated from the entrance to the Otherworld at Oweynagat cave, part of the Rathcroghan...
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Rathcroghan Centre Jan 16
Delighted to get the time and assistance of Deputy Denis Naughten TD as we attempt to understand why Fáilte Ireland plan to fund a major Halloween festival for Co. Meath, without corresponding or attempting to work...
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Rathcroghan Centre Jan 10
The last year has seen the production of a great number of excellent locally produced publications pertaining to the local history of Roscommon and neighbouring counties, which we are delighted to have in stock in...
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Rathcroghan Centre Jan 10
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Rathcroghan Centre Jan 8
Great to see the Farming Rathcroghan EIP receiving such extensive coverage in this week's Roscommon Herald
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Rathcroghan Centre Jan 4
As promised before Christmas, 'The Sligo Field Club Journal, Vol. 4' and 'Sliabh Bán, A Historical Journey' are also now available to purchase in our online shop, along with many other new titles including...
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Rathcroghan Centre Jan 4
Rathcroghan Visitor Centre would like to extend New Year wishes to all.our customers and future visitors. Our exhibition rooms are opened from 9 - 4.30 Monday - Saturday with site tours at 12.
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Rathcroghan Centre Dec 30
We are delighted to have reached 4,000 likes, and just in time for 2019! Thanks to all our supporters
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Rathcroghan Centre Dec 20
Along with many other recent, excellent local publications, we are delighted to have two new additions to our bookshop, just in time for Christmas. 'The Sligo Field Club Journal, Vol. 4' and 'Sliabh Bán, A...
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Rathcroghan Centre Dec 13
If you are looking for an interesting short read to wile away these winter evenings, why not get stuck in to this insightful article on the recent creative collaboration between ourselves and the...
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