We’ve prepared a map with car parking locations, toilets, and wheelchair-accessible locations during the re-enactment.
We want to express our gratitude to Adrian Kennedy and the East Coast FM team for their assistance in promoting our upcoming event. Our chairman, Paul Kavanagh, and the PR… Continue reading East Coast FM
The 1798 United Irishmen rebellion was a significant event in Irish history that marked a turning point in the relationship between Ireland and Britain. The rebellion was sparked by the… Continue reading The United Irishmen were heavily influenced by the American Revolution
The Women of 1798. The 1798 Irish Rebellion was a failed attempt to overthrow British rule in Ireland. The rebellion was sparked by a number of factors, including economic hardship,… Continue reading The Women of 1798
Robert Emmet was an Irish nationalist who played a key role in the rebellion of 1798 against British rule in Ireland. He was born in Dublin in 1778, the son… Continue reading Robert Emmet
Planning on visiting with us over our celebration of 225 years since the United Irishmen went into battle with the Redcoats…? Our re-enactment program is available here to the May… Continue reading Location
Dear [Volunteers/Sponsors], We are excited to announce that on the weekend of May 28th, we will be hosting a re-enactment event for the Battle of Newtownmountkennedy. This event will bring… Continue reading 1798 Re-enactment weekend