If you can't repair it, maybe it shouldn't be on board. - Lin and Larry Pardey

Celebrating Ireland's Floating Heritage

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08 August 2011


Over the next week or so we will be adding images to the Photos section showing the various events that have taken place over the past couple of months. Here are the winning entries in the Cheekpoint Art Competition

Members can view the photos and read what went on at the 2011 Shannon CIC here

The Three Sisters' Fleet have arrived in Carrick HBA Carrick on Suir

More images have been added to all current photo galleries.

HBA members on the River Suir from Clonmel to Carrick

River Suir from source to sea is an interesting website created by the Workmmens’ Boatclub of Clonmel, for all things relating to the Suir and her offshoots. Unfortunately, while in the area on our holidays we were not able to make contact with them; suspect they too were holidaying at the time.

Joe Treacy has written a memorable account of the challenges faced and overcome by the crew of Rambler earlier this summer, when they traversed the Royal Canal while filming. Take Two Take Three takes on a new meaning when a Heritage Barge is involved in the retake. With a combination of Dick Warner, Tile Films and the historic Rambler the results on film has to be splendid. Ramblers Royal Journey

All over the country people celebrated National Heritage Week from Aug 20th to Aug 28th. The HBA celebrated in Offaly, Kilkenny and Clare see Tullamore Exhibition and Pill River and CC History of Shannon by BJG




Last Updated ( 29 August 2011 )
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