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The Willow Moon Period

Apr 15-May 12 is the time of the Willow Moon and was known to the Celts as Sailie after the Goddess. The willow is associated with healing and growth.  If the tree is planted near your home it will protect you against storms and flooding.  They offer protection and frequently planted in cemeteries.

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Happy St. Patrick’s Day to all of our readers! May the luck of the Irish be with you.

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March 2016 Newsletter

Click on the link to read the latest news from the Conway Mill Trust family of community groups in Northern Ireland Conway Mill Trust March 2016 Newsletter.

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Get the latest news from the community groups Conway Mill Trust supports in Northern Ireland by clicking on the following  Conway Mill Trust Newsletter December 2015.

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Friendship is like a bank account.  You can continue to draw on it without making deposits.

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Annual Puck Fair

The annual Puck Fair is held on Aug 10, 11, 12 in Killorglin, Co Kerry when a goat is chosen to be King of the fair.  The theory being that in the time of Oliver Cromwell when his “Roundheads” were pillaging they came upon a herd of goats.  The herd dispensed and all ran into […]

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Summer 2015 Newsletter

Get the latest news from the community groups in Northern Ireland that Conway Mill Trust supports. Simply click the link below. Conway Mill Trust Summer 2015 Newsletter

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To All Mothers:

La an Mhathair faoi shona dhuit:  “Happy Mother’s Day.”  “All women become like their mothers.  That is their tragedy.  No man does.  That’s his”.  Oscar Wilde “Mothers want their sons to grow up to be president, but they don’t want them to become politicians in the process.”   John F. Kennedy “A mother is one who […]

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An Irish Proverb

A tune is more lasting than the song of birds, And a word is more lasting than the wealth of the world.

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Go raíbh maíth agaíbh! 

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