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1 John's granddaughters Meabh, Doireann and Áine #HaveTheChatsolid. The #HaveTheChat campaign is a social media drive set up by the family and friends of Munster man John P O'Sullivan, from Lispole in County Kerry, to raise awareness about organ ...
Campaign seeks to raise awareness on donation of organs
The TV cameras were in Dingle Harbour recently to witness the biggest ship ever to dock in the pier. The Wilson Dublin cargo vessel was there to collect 3,500 tonnes of 70+PSV aggregate from Arkil Ltd's. Lispole quarry, which was destined for the UK ...
Arkil Ltds ship comes in - to Dingle Harbour
BORN IN 1885 in the small village of Lispole, near Dingle, County Kerry, Thomas Ashe was educated locally. He qualified as a teacher in the De La Salle Teacher Training College in Waterford City, later taking up the position of Principal at Corduff ...
The First Hunger Striker – Thomas Ashe
The 59-year-old father of eight, Brendan Moriarty, who lived for most of his life in Artane, in Dublin, was a native of Lispole, and had intended retiring to his native Lispole in west Kerry. The late ESB worker was in Lispole for the weekend working ...
Tomorrow (Thursday May 21), Dingle Historical Society shall present 'The Lispole Ambush: 22 March 1921' - an illustrated talk by Dr Tim Horgan - in Benner's Hotel, Main Street, Dingle, beginning at 8pm. The lecture will tell the story of the attack; an ...
Lispole's Ryan Ó Mainnín came on as a sub, Galway native Barra Seán Mac an Bhradáin is on the panel and junior teams in the school carry an Annascaul influence. But essentially this historic Hogan Cup success was fashioned around the displays of ...
How did a school of 222 boys, backboned by 2 West Kerry clubs do Hogan Cup two <b>...</b>
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The Hillgrove B&B The Hillgrove B&B
Spa Road
Ashe's B&B Ashe's B&B
Spa Road
Sraid Eoin House Sraid Eoin House
John Street