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Commemorations

Ireland 2016

The Ireland 2016 Centenary Programme marks the centenary of 1916 with a year long programme of events. The programme is underpinned by five intersecting and overlapping themes: Remembering, Reconciling, Presenting, Imagining and Celebrating.

Thomas MacDonagh

One of the seven signatories of the Proclamation in 1916, he was born in Cloughjordan in 1878, son of teachers Joseph MacDonagh and Mary Louise Parker. He had two sisters and three brothers. He went to Rockwell College, Cashel, Co Tipperary in 1894 initially to train as a priest but found he did not have a vocation and became a teacher.

Events

A selection of events from around the county taken from the county programme and recent grant scheme, full details of all events are on the festivals calendar at www.tipperarycoco.ie
which is updated on a regular basis. Look out for Tipperary2016 on facebook and twitter.

Bloody Sunday Centenary programme

Draft Tipperary Bloody Sunday Centenary Programme
**Please note this is a draft programme and all events are subject to change due to Covid-19. The events listed are as initially programmed and an updated version of this document will be available on Tipperary County Council's website in October.

Bloody Sunday 1920- the Tipperary connection podcast

Bloody Sunday 1920 - The Tipperary connection - a hedgeschool podcast from History Ireland.

Tipperary Decade of Commemorations Grant Local Legacies 1921/2021

This grant scheme is now closed for 2021.

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