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March meeting cancelled

The meeting due to take place tonight, 1 March, has been cancelled owing to the weather conditions. Our speaker was coming some distance and the area where she lives has had heavy snow. We will try to re-book her for … Continue reading

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Upcoming…

There are changes to the programme for final two meetings of the season at Randalstown Historical Society. Laura Spence’s talk on The Rhyming Weaver Poets, originally scheduled for our April meeting, will now take place on Thursday 1 March. The … Continue reading

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The New Season Approaches!

The programme for Randalstown Historical Society’s forthcoming season is now winging its way to our members and promises a varied menu of interesting topics. The season kicks off on Thursday 7 September with a talk from George Busby on The … Continue reading

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A Taste of Family History

As part of Randalstown Arches Community Festival, Randalstown Historical Society is offering family history taster sessions in Randalstown Library on Tuesday 20 June. Members of the Historical Society will be on hand to provide some tips on how to get … Continue reading

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End of season

The Historical Society is coming to the end of what has been a very successful season, with talks on a wide variety of themes including Protestants and the Irish language, the Ballymena Music Festival, and migration in Irish history. Bishop … Continue reading

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The New Season’s Programme is Out!

Randalstown Historical Society opens its 2016-17 season on Thursday 1 September with a talk by Linda Ervine on “The Hidden History of Protestants and the Irish Language”. Linda is Irish Language Development Officer and Turas Project Leader with the East Belfast … Continue reading

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Our Outing to the Ulster Aviation Society and Brookhall Historical Farm

  Twenty-four members enjoyed an excellent day out on 21 May when we went by coach to the Lisburn area. Our first stop was at the Ulster Aviation Society’s Collection where we enjoyed a picnic in the sunshine before being … Continue reading

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