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Killiney History | November 30, 2023

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Looking back at Killiney

Looking back at Killiney
Last Modified: 06 May 2023 | author

Killiney Village Residents Association is delighted to announce the return of the historical photographic exhibition which was first presented back in 2015. The exhibition took place over the weekend of 22nd to 23rd April and was held in the Druid’s Chair Pub in the village. The exhibition was a great success and drew much praise from the attendees who enjoyed discussing the presentation boards and slide show with the volunteers who manned the show.

‘Looking back at Killiney: Its people, the community‚Ķan evolving history’ In 2015 Killiney Residents embarked on a journey to collect the rich history of Killiney Village and its environs. The result is an archived treasure for all to enjoy!

Michael giving the presentation on The Talbot family connection with Killiney and Rochestown. Photo courtesy of David Millar.

Programme

Saturday April 22nd:

– Exhibition Viewing: 1pm to 6pm

-Michael McShane, Talk 4pm. Title: The houses of the Talbot de Malahide estates of Rochestown, Rocheshill, Killiney and Ballinclea. Including Rochestown House, Beechwood, Ballinclea, and Plasnewyd (Rock Lodge).

You can watch Michael’s talk on The Killiney Houses of the Talbot estate here:

Links for further reading

Click on the image below to read more about Rochestown House

Click on the image below to read more about Ballinclea House

Click on the image below to read more about Beechwood House

Click on the image below to read more about Plasnewyd now called Rock Lodge

Sunday April 23rd

– Exhibition Viewing: 1pm to 6pm

– Alice Cullen, history talk 3pm. Title: Aspects of Killiney.

Killiney Village c.1937

Please spread the word! There is no charge to attend the exhibition. A donation box will be in place for the weekend and we appreciate any contribution towards the work of the Residents Association.