CAS Visit to Dublin/Co. Kildare, August 2019

Visit to Dublin, 12th – 17th August 2019

There are plans for a CAS visit to archives in Dublin and Co. Kildare in August 2019.  The visit will begin in the afternoon of 12th August and end in the late afternoon of Friday 16th August. The programme is as follows:

 

MONDAY, 12 AUGUST 2019

2.30 P.M. CLONGOWE’S WOOD COLLEGE

CASTLEBROWN

 

TUESDAY, 13 AUGUST 2019

10.00 A.M. VISITOR CENTRE & MILITARY ARCHIVES

3.00 P.M. MERCY CENTRE INTERNATIONAL

4.30 P.M. MERCY ARCHIVES

 

WEDNESDAY, 14 AUGUST 2019

10.00 A.M. DUBLIN DIOCESAN ARCHIVES

3.00 P.M. ST MARY’S DOMINICAN CONVENT,

6.00 P.M. VIGIL MASS OF THE ASSUMPTION

 

THURSDAY, 15 AUGUST 2019

10.00 A.M. IRISH ARCHITECTURAL ARCHIVE

12.15 P.M. NATIONAL ARCHIVES OF IRELAND

3.00 P.M. CHESTER BEATTY LIBRARY

 

FRIDAY, 16 AUGUST 2019

10.00 A.M. MAYNOOTH COLLEGE, TOUR

11.30 A.M. SPECIAL COLLECTIONS

JOHN PAUL II LIBRARY

12.45 P.M. LUNCH IN PUGIN HALL

2.15 P.M. RUSSELL LIBRARY

 

Accommodation will be bed and breakfast at Maynooth College, Co. Kildare. Participants must make their own travel and insurance arrangements.  The visit will begin and end at Maynooth.

The cost should be no more than £380.  This will cover accommodation, coach hire and administrative costs but not lunch and evening meals. 

If you would like to come, please send a deposit of £60 as a cheque payable to the Catholic Archives Society to Sr Benignus O’Brien, Langdale House, 42 Petitor Road, Torquay, Devon TQ1 4QF.  This will be returned minus a small administrative charge if the visit does not go ahead.

If you would like further details, to see the draft programme or to express your interest, please contact:

Paul Shaw, 020 8568 7305, paul.shaw@psmgs.org.uk

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