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  • museum-article-week-fourteen
    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 restrictions around Covid 19 wh...

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  • museum-article-week-thrteen
    Welcome again all friends of Mountmellick Embroidery Museum to week thirteen in our series of articles relating to our museum and local history. We hope that this finds you well. It’s hard to believe that so much time has passed since we commenced this initiative. Thankfully our Covid restrict...

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  • article-by-pat-dalton
    To all Friends of Mountmellick .Embroidery Museum. Welcome again and thank you for joining us on week ten of our Covid Journey. Hoping that you are all staying safe and at this stage planning your post Covid activities, as our restrictions are thankfully easing. This week I am delighted to hand ove...

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  • the-voyage-of-the-inconstant-article-by-ger-lynch
    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 looking forward and planning...

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  • earl-grey-famine-box
    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 Emb...

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