The deadline for applications has been extended to 17:00 on Tuesday 31st October 2017. First round interviews are expected to take place on the 8th, 9th and 10th November 2017.
Glencree is delighted to present the 2016 Annual Report. Read about our ground breaking work in 2016 and its priorities for the next year.
Our thanks goes to Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade, The Office of Public Works and The Tony Ryan Trust for their financial support.
To our […]
On Sunday 27th August there was a brilliant musical interval at the minor Football semi- final between Derry and Dublin.
The Hounds of Ulster is made up of Catholic and Protestant dancers and musicians from Belfast. Drawing from the recognised Protestant Band tradition, the Hounds of Ulster combined with young Irish dancers performed to a capacity […]
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The Glencree Visitors Centre are currently recruiting new Board members with expertise in Hospitality, Retail, Business to help us expand and develop.
Please read the advert below and see if you might like to join us.
On August 23rd, well-known local Historian Frank Tracy follows Glencree’s history from 19th Century
Leads a walking tour of the Glencree historic site
Glencree Archivist Audrey Doyle……finds treasure!
Find out about Glencree’s work to-day.
The realisation that Brexit was going to happen and that we did not know what the implications were for the future of the Irish border was the initial impetus for this event under the Southern Voice Programme at Glencree. All the speculation about soft and hard borders and the fears expressed about how this might […]