The Ballybofey, Stranorlar & District Historical Society reconvenes at the Henderson Hall next Monday evening.
This month’s special guest is Glenfin historian, John Gallagher, who will give a talk on John Pitt-Kennedy who set up an Agricultural College in Cloghan in 1838 and his influence on the local area. John will also touch on local landlord Charles Styles, who was Pitt-Kennedy’s father in law.
This talk is free of charge and everyone is welcome to attend. Membership of this group is rising all the time, so if you are interested in local history, come and join us.
Meetings and talks take place on the fourth Monday of the month.
The meeting is at 7.30pm in The Henderson Hall, Stranorlar, opposite the Church of Ireland and behind Robertson National School (F93 XV29).
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