The founding and early history of Clifden is a study of Irish urban history and a dramatic tale of one man’s efforts to create a new reality in west Galway.
A Journey Across Years
By: Tom Mongan
This Book takes us on a journey across the years; pre-electricity days and nights growing up behind the Twelve Bens of Connemara in a thatched cottage, with the Atlantic Ocean coming up to touch a field of wild flowers just in front of the house.
Front cover: An artist work by Joe Boske.
Cover design: Annik Weber. www.annikdesign.ie
A Portrait of Connemara book gives stunning Photos and wonderfully new perspective of wild landscapes, intimate portraits and untamed mountains.
Alcock and Brown’s Vickers Vimy left St John’s Newfoundland at 4.12pm GMT, Sat 14 June and arrived Derrygimla, Clifden 8.40am GMT, Sunday 15th June 1919. Flight time 16 hours 28 minutes. Distance over 1, 900 miles. Average speed during flight 120 MPH. This is their story.
Beyond The Twelve Bens tells the story of the land that lies between the Twelve Bens and the Atlantic Ocean, and of the people who inhabited it during the years 1860 to 1923.
A lovely 3 Tier Cake Stand, with impressed Leaf detail, made of Porcelain. Easy self assembly,
All Natural Super Food
Hand Harvested in Connemara
use in Soups, Stews, Chowders and Jams. Perfect for setting Jelly, Mouse, ice cream and carageen moss pudding.
Our Carrageen Moss is hand harvested from the pristine Atlantic Waters off the Connemara coast. It is a rich source of Protein.
Connemara Organic Seaweed Company
Store in a cool dry Place.
Over 100 recipes from food writer Máirín Uí Chomáin and top chefs, salmon smokehouses and fisheries including all Michelin starred Irish restaurants.
Celtic Cross by Fretmajic in Irish Cherry Wood
This book captures beautifully the true character of Connemara in its everyday glory. with over 260 pages of beautiful photography and Irish and English script this book has captured Connemara perfectly.
Photography by: Elisabetta Petroni and Guglielmo Dossena
Dorothy is an artist of international repute. She works with diverse media which includes video, photography and sculpture. Connemara is now home to Cork-born Dorothy Cross and is the source of material and inspiration for much of her recent work.