Welcome again all friends of Mountmellick Embroidery and Heritage Museum. We hope that this finds you all well, staying safe and enjoying the fine weather. As the national vaccine programme continues to roll out, we hope that you are sharing and experiencing the new sense of [...]
On International Women's day, it is my pleasure to send warm greetings to all friends of Mountmellick Embroidery and Heritage Museum, we hope that this finds you all well and staying safe. Twelve months on in our struggles with this pandemic we have reasons to be a lot more opt [...]
Hello again all friends of Mountmellick Museum and Heritage Committee and welcome again to what is our last article in the present series on Mountmellick Museum and related history of our town.
We are taking a break for the summer period, we will be in touch again [...]
Welcome again all Friends of Mountmellick Embroidery and Heritage Museum to week sixteen in our series of articles on our Museum or an element of local History. Again, our thoughts and best wishes are with you all and your families, we hope that you are staying safe. In last Weeks’s for [...]
Museum Article Week fourteen
Welcome again all friends of Mountmellick Embroidery and Heritage Museum to week fourteen in our series of articles relating to our museum and local history. We hope that this finds you well and staying safe. In many ways the loosening of restrict [...]
A message from our Chairperson.
Greetings again all Friends of Mountmellick Embroidery Museum and welcome to another Article relevant to our local Museum and History. We hope that wherever you are reading this that you, your family and friends are staying safe and looki [...]
A Great-great Granddaughter of a Famine orphan arrived in Mountmellick, one hundred and sixty- eight years after her Great-great Grandmother was shipped to Australia, as part of the Earl Grey Famine Orphans Scheme. Lou Walsh and her husband Kev, from Toowamba, Australia, walked into Mountmellick [...]