Moher Moments — Memories

A Moment with the BBC

Posted by Caitriona Considine on

A Moment with the BBC

I've been sharing the epic experience that it is having the Cliffs of Moher to ourselves in lockdown as we live beside it so was within our 2km permitted stroll these past few months. But when my friend, neighbour and all round fabulous journalist Trish Flanagan portrays the experience so beautifully for none other than the BBC I think it brings it to life even more. Trish's gift with words effortlessly brings the BBC4 listener on a compelling audio journey of life here in the west of Ireland these past 2 months.  Well done to Trish and well done to the BBC for sharing some...

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On this Day, April 17 1906

Posted by Caitriona Considine on

On this Day, April 17 1906

Today's #MoherMoment came from a little surprise discovery when organising and sorting through some items in the shop that I hadn't time to before this.  Last summer a lovely friend, Davoc, from across the Bay came across an old postcard of St.Brigid's Well here beside us, and gave it to us thinking we might like it, which we do for sure. While it is not unusual to come across old postcards it is quite rare to find one this old that has been sent to someone. This postcard posted in Bristol in the UK in 1906 I stumbled across it today and...

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