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Referring to the famine, Prime Minister Lord John Russell tells the House of Commons that he does not propose to interfere with the methods by which Indian corn and other grains are brought into Ireland. LIKE US ON FACEBOOK.

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August 16, 1878

On this day in Ireland, the Intermediate Education Act granted female students the right to participate in public examinations and to enter into careers and professions. Follow Conway Mill Trust on Facebook. LIKE US ON FACEBOOK!

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Benedict Kiely

On this day, August 15 in 1919, Benedict Kiely, novelist and short-story writer was born. LIKE US ON FACEBOOK!

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Message to Share

Dear Friend, During this time of uncertainty, we hope that you and your families are keeping well.    Pauline Kersten, Manager of Conway Education Centre in West Belfast, kindly reached out to let us know that the United States remains in her thoughts and prayers during this crisis.  We wanted to share with you her […]

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For the latest news from the Conway Mill Trust family in Northern Ireland, click here Conway Mill Trust Newsletter – December 2019.

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Click here for the latest news from our community groups in Northern Ireland  Conway Mill Trust Christmas Newsletter 2017!

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Summer Newsletter

For current news from the community organizations Conway Mill Trust supports through fundraising in the U.S., click here Conway Mill Trust Newsletter July 2017

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The Galway Rosary

  The Galway Rosary-On display at The Mission Nombre de Dios Museum in America’s oldest city, St. Augustine, FL.  

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Click here Conway Mill Trust Newsletter – March 2017 for the latest news from the community organizations in Belfast, City of Derry and Portadown in the North of Ireland that we support. Thanks to all the Conway Mill Trust donors whose contributions make it possible for us to continue our important work.

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WB Yeats Quote

W.B. Yeats on being Irish: “I have an abiding sense of tragedy which sustains me through temporary periods of joy.”

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