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Commemorations Programme

Local authorities may mark significant historical events by hosting commemoration ceremonies or exhibitions, laying wreaths, holding prayer or memorial services, or planting trees.

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Nenagh and North Tipperary during the revolutionary decade podcast

Nenagh and North Tipperary during the revolutionary decade podcast

Having considered the ‘global’ impact of the Irish revolution in the last podcast (Dev in America), this Hedge School zooms in on the ‘local’—the market town of Nenagh and the surrounding North Tipperary area during the revolutionary decade—but also sets events in the wider national context.

Listen to Tommy Graham, editor of History Ireland, in discussion with Gerard Dooley, John Flannery, Seán Hogan and Caitlin White.

Tipperary Decade of Centenaries Grant Scheme Local Legacies 1923/2023

This grant scheme is now closed for 2023.

We are now in the final year of our Decade of Centenaries (2021-2023) programme. In line with the principles outlined by the Government’s Expert Advisory Group on Centenary Commemorations in 2012, 2017 and 2019, the following broad themes have been identified for the period 1922-1923.

Tipperary Decade of Centenaries Local Legacies 1921/2021 projects and events

Tipperary Decade of Centenaries Local Legacies Grant Award Recipients 2021

1. Third Tipperary Brigade Old IRA Commemoration Committee

This committee hold their annual programme of commemoration events while also celebrating the 100 year anniversary of the founding of their group.

Events taking place are:

Annual Easter Commemoration

Sean Hogan Commemoration

Dualla Graveyard Commemoration

Sean Treacy Commemoration

Dan Breen & Soloheadbeg Commemoration

Lisnagaul Glen of Aherlow Commemoration