Author Archives: John Nolan

Global Irish Economic Forum… Friday and Saturday 4th and 5th of October.

The Global Irish Economic Forum takes place in Dublin Castle on Friday and Saturday 4th and 5th of October You may wish to be aware that the opening and closing Plenary sessions and four panel discussion will be streamed live via the Forum website– –  and on the RTE site.  Further material is also available on the Forum site.

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The Convention on the Constitution is recommending allowing Irish citizens abroad the right to vote in Irish Presidential Elections.

THE CONVENTION ON THE CONSTITUTION IS RECOMMENDING ALLOWING IRISH CITIZENS ABROAD THE RIGHT TO VOTE IN PRESIDENTIAL ELECTIONS. At a conference in Malahide, North Dublin, held over the last few days members voted overwhelmingly in favour of allowing Irish citizens living outside the State – including those in Northern Ireland – to cast a ballot in presidential elections. The opinions

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Photo L-R Natalie Jones (run), Carla Thompson (swim), London Rose Grace Kenny and Mila Robinson (cycle).


London Rose Shows her concern for world’s hunger Crawley’s very own London Rose of Tralee, Grace Kenny whose roots are in Tullow, Co. Carlow, took time out of her busy schedule to visit Concern Worldwide’s London office to give some encouragement to this year’s Concern London Triathalon relay team. L-R Natalie Jones (run), Carla Thompson (swim), London Rose Grace Kenny

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The Crawley Irish Festival to take place in the grounds of The Hawth Theatre on Sunday 25th August.

Sunday 25th August sees the 18th Annual Crawley Irish Festival moving to the grounds of The Hawth Theatre. As the CRAWLEY IRISH FESTIVAL enters its 18th year the Celtic and Irish Cultural Society are delighted to join forces with The Hawth Theatre in organising the much looked forward to event on Sunday the 25th August.          

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Crawleys Celtic and Irish Cultural Society enjoys a successful St Patrick’s Day at the races

Crawley’s Celtic and Irish Cultural Society staged one of their biggest St Patrick’s Day events ever and this time outside of the town of Crawley. In a move away from the Town Centre the CICS joined forces with Lingfield Pk Racecourse and turned the day green with live music dancing displays, bagpipes,  kiddies games and lots of shenanigans as Ireland’s

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