Heritage Week – a celebration of our history, culture and nature

A number of local events are being planned in Donegal this month as we get ready for National Heritage Week. National Heritage Week is a celebration of our history, culture and nature, while promoting the need to preserve our local heritage.

Joseph Gallagher, Heritage Officer for Donegal County Council, talks about the need to celebrate our heritage and the huge selection of events going on for Heritage Week, which kicks off from August 23.

Launch of the County Donegal 'Heritage Week' Event Guide in the Donegal County Museum. From left to right Dinny McGinley T.D, Joseph Gallagher and Cllr. Ian Mc Garvey.

Launch of the County Donegal ‘Heritage Week’ Event Guide in the County Museum, Letterkenny. From left to right, Joseph Gallagher, Joe McHugh T.D. and Cllr. John Campbell.

“People should come along to ‘Heritage Week’ events to enjoy and celebrate our cultural, built and natural heritage!  There are almost 100 ‘Heritage Week’ events taking place in County Donegal including family open days, guided walks, built heritage open houses, heritage site visits, fieldtrips, exhibitions, illustrated presentations, photographic competitions, children’s activities, storytelling sessions, traditional music, craft fairs and traditional skills demonstrations, and much much more” said Joseph

There’s something for everyone!

“Whatever your age, interests and ability, there are heritage events to interest, inspire and engage you.  In fact, this year’s National Heritage Week theme of ‘Generations Exploring Heritage Together’ was chosen to coincide with the United Nations’ 20th Anniversary of the International Year of the Family.  National Heritage Week provides a wonderful platform for families to get together and to rediscover and engage with their local heritage.”

Our heritage contributes to our national recovery by engendering pride, reinforcing our sense of identity, supporting jobs, providing training and educational opportunities and attracting tourists.

Joseph explains what Heritage Week is and how the relatively small initiative grew into the huge festival it is today.

“Heritage Week is a week-long national festival to raise awareness of our cultural, built and natural heritage, to encourage its preservation and to foster pride in our shared heritage.

Heritage Week is very much a collaborative effort.  from The County Donegal Heritage Office, Donegal County Council and The Heritage Council provide advice, information, coordination and support to people who are organising events.  The County Donegal ‘Heritage Week’ Event Guide produced by the County Donegal Heritage Office and the countrywide guide produced by The Heritage Council helps to publicise the events taking place around the county and across the country.  Heritage Week continues to go from strength to strength from 20 events taking place in County Donegal in 2004 rising to about 100 events in 2014.  Much of the success of Heritage Week lies with the many heritage organisations, museums, heritage centres, community groups and individuals who organise events every year.”

So why not come along to Heritage Week and discover a little bit of history that should be celebrated and rediscover the heritage on your doorstep.

This year, National Heritage Week takes place from Saturday, August 23 until Sunday, August 31.  National Heritage Week is coordinated by The Heritage Council and Local Authority Heritage Officers with support from the Department of Arts, Heritage & the Gaeltacht and Fáilte Ireland.

County Donegal Heritage Week 2014

County Donegal Heritage Week 2014

 

Facts about Heritage Week

  • National Heritage Week is part of European Heritage Days celebrated in over 40 countries across Europe.
  • There are over 1,600 events taking place for National Heritage Week across Ireland and most of them are free.
  • Over 400,000 people nationwide are expected to attend Heritage Week events this year.
  • Outside of Dublin and Cork, County Donegal has the most ‘Heritage Week’ events taking place of any county in the country.
  • Over 25 of the events taking place for ‘Heritage Week’ in County Donegal are organised by, or hosted by, Cultural Services of Donegal County Council.
  • In 2012, National Heritage Week created 10,000 bed nights worth over €1.4 million to local economies nationwide. 
  • Copies of the County Donegal ‘Heritage Week’ Event Guide are available free-of-charge from your local library, tourist office, public services centre, museum or heritage centre.
  • For information on events go to heritageweek.ie

Donegal 2014 Roadwork’s Programme

Vincent Callaghan Roads Services Supervisor for Donegal County Council

Vincent Callaghan Roads Services Supervisor for Donegal County Council

A number of roadwork’s programmes have been approved by Donegal County Council and are currently underway for our roads network but how does the council decide which roads need maintained?

Vincent Callaghan Roads Services Supervisor for Donegal County Council gives us an overview of the process and describes the practice as nothing short of a team effort.

“My duties as roads supervisor are to gather information on the roads that are giving us the most difficulty in consultation with the engineer area manager and then write up a priority list of roads that take precedent. For this we factor in many things such as how many houses are on the road, the condition of the road and the traffic volume.”

“Not a lot of people know that our elected members then look over this list and agree on a programme of work, so essentially they get the final say and decide on which roads will be repaired,” Vincent explains.

The roadwork’s programme is broken into three categories maintenance, restoration and surface dressing; Vincent talks about how some of his allocated budget will be spent this year.

“This year my budget allocation is €500,000 for regional and national roads .  On top of this I have €120,000 which will will go towards regional & local roads surface dressing.€35,000 will go towards surface dressing for N56.  €30,000 for footpath repairs in towns & villages.  Local road maintenance we will be spending €140,000.  Regional road maintenance €60,000 and national secondary €30,000.

Talking about the controversial subject of potholes Vincent explains how the public can report the dreaded pothole.

“The first thing people can do if they discover a pothole is ring the Contact centre and report it through a staff member or alternatively people can go online to our website and report it there, we have a lot of avenues to do this and me and my team members take it seriously as our number one priority is the roads network in Donegal.”

Talking about the best and most challenging parts of his job Vincent says that achieving a high standard and not being able to maintain every road make it to the top of the list.

“I always try to achieve a high standard of work and in return I get a lot of satisfaction with the work I’m doing and of course getting work done within budget is always a bonus.”

“I also love working in the local community helping any way I possibly can it gives me great job satisfaction.”

“The biggest challenge for me and I think for a lot of my team members is not being able to do as many roads as we would like to. Meeting deadlines can also be quite challenging as a lot of people are counting on the roads we are working on to be completed with minimal disruption.”

Vincent says that the short term pain of roadwork’swill lead to long term gains when they are complete, asking road users to slow down and be patient when works are ongoing.

“The message we want to get across to people when work is ongoing is to be more alert when they see that there is roadwork’s. Our main concern is for the safety of the public and our workers as speed is a big problem; people need to slow down as they don’t see the road work signs, and of course to be patience, I know sometimes that’s easier said than done,” laughed Vincent.

 

Roadwork’s facts

 

  • There is approximately €4million spent on the roadwork’s programme in Donegal electoral are alone.
  • There is over 6000km of road network in County Donegal – that’s the same distance from Donegal to New York City – that’s a lot of road.

 

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Donegal Sports Star May review

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May was a memorable month on the international front for Donegal’s sporting stars with stunning successes respectively in cycling, soccer, badminton and basketball for Philip Deignan, Seamus Coleman, Chloe and Sam Magee and the Hickey twins Cian and Tadhg. Back at home the Inishowen Youth and Schoolboys Academy and Carndonagh Community School both won national soccer titles while in athletics new records were set by Finn Valley AC members John Kelly and Dempsey McGuigan and Kelly McGrory (Tirconaill AC).

Apart from McGuigan all the above are previous Donegal Sports Star Award winners and will be expected to be in contention again for honours when the judging panel convenes at the end of the year to select the 2014 winners.

As he headed into the final weekend of the Giro d’Italia the highlight of the tough tour for Philip Deignan was a magnificent third place finish in a very difficult 170km, 18th stage. Seamus Coleman scooped two separate awards – Players’ Player of the Season and Everton Fans’ Player of the Season at Everton’s end-of-season awards ceremony in St. George’s Hall, Liverpool.

Deignan Philip

Deignan Philip

 

This double-award success came just after he was named best right-back in the Premier League on the Professional Footballer’s Association Team of the Season. Chloe and Sam Magee won the 2014 Hellas Open in Greece defeating their Bulgarian opponents 21-14, 21-10 in the final. Earlier Chloe who was second seed had been beaten in the Greek Women’s Singles Final by the number one seed also from Bulgaria on a score of 21-13, 21-13 in the decider

Reigning Donegal Sports Star ‘Basketball’ Awards title holders twins Cian and Tadhg Hickey from the Letterkenny Blaze Club helped the Ireland U-18 team to win an Invitational Tournament in France. It was the first time an Irish team had won an international tournament since 2001.  And at the end of May there was further good new for Letterkenny Blaze who were crowned ‘Club of the Year’ at the annual Basketball Ireland awards ceremony at the National Arena.

It was a good month for Inishowen underage soccer with Liam Monagle’s Candonagh CS winning the school’s first ever national soccer title by overcoming Calasantius College from Oranmore, Galway 1-0 in the First Year Boys Final at the Sligo Rovers Showgrounds thanks to a stunning free-kick from Conor O’Donnell.

That success was followed up by the Inishowen Youth and Schoolboys Academy who won the National Inter-League title for the first time with a 2-0 victory over North Eastern Counties with Lee McColgan and Aidan Friel getting the goals for Diarmaid O’Brien’s side.

During May three athletes from Donegal clubs set new county and provincial records. Finn Valley AC’s Dempsey McGuigan set a new record for Donegal and Ulster with a 66-62 hammer throw at Baton Rouge, Louisiana State University. Another Finn Valley AC member John Kelly broke both the Donegal and Ulster shot putt records with a throw of 15.46m at the official opening of the new Lifford AC track.

And Tirconaill AC’s Kelly McGrory set a new 400m county record time of 62.93 at an international meeting in Greystones. In the middle of the month her club colleague Karl Griffin achieved another ‘B’ standard time for the World Junior U-20 Championships by finishing second in an 800m in a British Milers event in Watford in a time of 1.49.80.

At the end of May in his first outdoor race of the season the current Donegal Sports Star ‘Athletics’ Award holder Mark English won an 800m even at the IFAM International Meeting in Flanders, Belguim in a time of 1:46:39. Milford man Brendan Boyce competed at the World Walking Race Cup in China and an international event in Germany while at home Letterkenny AC’s Ciaran Doherty won the North West 10k in a time of 32.12 and the first woman home was Lifford AC’s Natasha Adams (35.32).

The Donegal U-15 team won an Ulster Youth Badminton title in Lurgan and the Glenties second year pupils made it a double in the schools basketball finals for ‘second years’. The girls overcame PCC Falcarragh by just a single point (30-29) while the Glenties boys had a more convincing win over PCC in their final (31-11).

Michael ‘Owen’ McLaughlin made it eight wins in his professional career defeating Pedro Gonzalez in Dorchester, Boston. Four Donegal female boxers took home titles from the National Finals. Raphoe ABC’s Cody Lafferty won the Girl 1 31kgs category; In the Youths 46kg category Ciara Anderson (Twin Towns ABC) won her final bout after a first round TKO and two Carndonagh ABC fighters Laobhrise Clarke and Rachel Dixon became champions after taking titles in their respective Girl 4 54kg and Girl 2 57kg categories.

At the end of the month Illies Golden Gloves fighter Darryl Moran won his fifth national title by defeating Stephen McKenna from Monaghan in the U-18 49kgs Final at the National Stadium. And Austeja Auciute landed her ninth national title by defeating Ciara Sheedy in the U-18 64ks Final at the National Boxing Stadium.

In cycling Errigal CC’s Ciara Doogan won the Road Race in the U-14 Category and was second overall in Kanturk, Co. Cork. On the May Bank Holiday Monday and for the fifth successive year the Termon Ladies side lifted the the County Senior Gaelacht title thanks to a 4-11 to 2-9 victory over Glenfin. On the same day Kilcar won the County Senior Gaelacht title with a 1-9 to 0-8 win over Glenswilly at the Naomh Mhuire grounds while Naomh Columba had an easy 2-15 to 0-5 win over Na Rossa in the County Junior Gaelacht Final.

In underage club GAA there were county titles for Gweedore (Minor League Division 1); Glenswilly (U-14 Division 3); St. Michael’s (Minor Division 2); McCumhaills (U-14 Division 1); Kilcar (U-14 Division 2) and Downings were crowned U-14 Division 3.

Donegal got their Ulster Senior Football Championship campaign off to the perfect start with a 1-11 to 0-11 win over pre-match favourites Derry at Celtic Park. The County Minors also advanced to the provincial semi-final with a 1-10 to 0-8 win over Derry in the curtainraiser at same venue.

Four Master and county senior player Luke Keaney a student at Ulster University Jordanstown was named on a Colleges All-Star team at a function in Belfast. Karen Feeney (Cloughaneely) and Kate Keaney (Four Masters) were members of the Ulster Senior Ladies Football team that won the Inter-provincial title with a 2-8 to 0-7 victory over Connacht in Kinnegad.

Defending champions Donegal bowed out of the Nicky Rackard Cup at the semi-final stage losing by two points (2-11 to 1-12) against Fingal at the O’Donnell Park after leading 1-8 to 0-1 at a stage in the first half. St. Eunan’s won the County Minor B Hurling League Final with a 1-16 to 0-13 victory over Carndonagh in Burt.

And the Donegal Minor hurlers came close to causing an upset only losing by two points to Derry in an Ulster Championship quarter-final at the O’Donnell Park on a final score of 3-8 to 1-12.

In motorsport Wesley Patterson and Johnny Baird won the Mark II Escort Challenge Rally in Carlow while there was a first place finish for Willie McFadden and Brendan McElhinney in an Escort G3 at the Lark in the Park. Dungloe’s Shaun Sharkey won the county pool championship title with a 7-2 final win over Shane Faulkner from Donegal Town at Jameson’s Bar, Drumkeen.

After suffering two 1-0 defeats at the beginning of May in the league to Shamrock Rovers B and the EA Sports Cup to Galway Utd, Finn Harps drew their next three First Division games against Galway, league leaders Shelbourne and Ollie Horgan’s side came from 2-0 down to earn a share of the spoils with Wexford Youths at Ferrycarrig thanks to goals from Kevin McHugh on his 400th appearance for the club and a late equalizer from Packie Mailey. But Harps had a sixth player sent off this season when Tommy Bonnar was dismissed for a second yellow card offence.

For the first time since joining Derry City the McNamee brothers Barry and Tony from Ramelton started in a competitive game together and it was a winning experience 1-0 against Sligo Rovers at the Showgrounds in the EA Sports Cup. Letterkenny man Cillian Morrison came of the bench to score the winner for UCD who bounced back to take the three points on a 2-1 final score against Drogheda Utd at the Belfield Bow.

Letterkenny Rovers player Gareth Doherty featured in all three games for the Republic of Ireland in a UEFA Development Tournament in Switzerland.

The Swilly Rovers U-15s bid for national glory ended at the semi-final stage as the Ramelton side were hammered 9-1 by one of the top schoolboys teams in the country St. Kevin’s Boys from Dublin.

Cranford FC retained their place in the Premier Division but only just after overcoming Castlefin Celtic 4-2 on penalties in a Promotion/Relegation Play-off at Ballyare.  For the first time Illistrin FC won a Champions League title as their U-16s defeated Keadue 4-2 in a penalty shootout. Glenea Utd Reserves were crowned Downtown Cup champions with a 1-0 victory Castlefin Celtic Reserves.

Castlefin Celtic won the Brian McCormick Cup title for the first time thanks to a dramatic last minute extra-time goal from J.P. Malley goal that finally saw off nine men Milford by 2-1 in the end.

There was bitter disappointment for the Donegal U-15 Schoolboys side who lost 3-2 after extra-time to Cork in an SFAI U-15 Inter-League semi-final played in Donegal Town.

In the middle of the month Ramelton’s Kyle Callan McFadden played for the Republic of Ireland U-19s in a 2-0 international friendly defeat by Mexico at Dalymount Park. Letterkenny Rovers defeated Swilly Rovers 4-1 to win the Letterkenny and District U-16 Schoolboys League Cup Final at Bonagee thanks to a hat-trick from B.J. Banda.

Raphoe Town won the Ulster Junior Shield for the first time with a 2-1 victory over Aileach FC in the final at Maginn Park with the two goals coming from Jamie Gallagher. Eamonn Sheridan from Premider Division champions Rathmullan Celtic won the ‘Player of the Year’ award at the Donegal Junior League’s annual presentation function.

There was heartbreak for the Donegal U-12 side who lost 5-4 on penalties in the SFAI Final to Waterford in Tipperary. Swilly Rovers U-12s won the Donegal Champions League Final with a 3-0 victory over Gweedore Celtic in the final with the goals coming from Aaron Curran and a double from Dylan Dorrian.

The Letterkenny Rovers youths completed a treble of domestic trophies by winning the Ulster Cup by defeating Cockhill Celtic 3-0 at the Aileach FC grounds. There was disappointment for young Letterkenny 24/7 Triathlon Club member Christine Russell whose hopes of qualifying for the Junior Olympics in China were dashed despite finishing well after a bike crash at the European Championships in Holland.

Lifford AC members had success at the Ulster Secondary Schools Championships at the Antrim Forum with golds for Brendan O’Donnell (St. Eunan’s College) in the Junior Boys hammer and Brandon Connolly, Royal & Prior in the Junior Boys 80m Hurdles.

Scoil Colmcille Greencastle won the FAI Primary Schools’ 5-a-side girls title at the Aviva Stadium defeating the champions from the other three provinces on the final. And one of their players Kate McClenaghan was awarded ‘Player of the Tournament’.

 

Council awarded almost €1.25m funding for Community Involvement Schemes in Donegal

Donegal County Council has received word that they have been allocated almost €1.25million as a grant towards assisting communities to repair and improve roads within the county under the 2014 community involvement scheme.

The Community Involvement Scheme, which was successfully piloted in 2013, promotes a joint approach between Donegal County Council and local communities and is aimed at improving the quality of local roads and giving locals the chance to repair roads that they feel need to be addressed

The scheme which was so successful in it’s first year has been extended with several more projects envisaged for the future. Last year projects such as the Mamore Gap Scheme received national media coverage as a unique joint venture between the Council and the local community.  This scheme cost approximately €55,000 with the local input of machinery and labour estimated at €30,000. The works involved widening two sharp corners and providing around 6 or 7 lay-bys to allow large buses and cars to pass through the notoriously narrow road.

This particular project was aimed at improving access to the area to promote tourism, however the Community Involvement Scheme is also an excellent opportunity for local people who are living on small local roads to carry out some works themselves and thereby attract funding to repair and resurface roads which would otherwise not receive funding due to current limited budgets.

 

Work underway at Mamore Gap to improve access for tourists in scenic Inishowen

Work underway at Mamore Gap to improve access for tourists in scenic Inishowen

 

There has been an increase in interest in these schemes from local communities and community groups who are interested in doing something for themselves to improve their local road network.

Alan Boyd Chairman of the Gweedore GAA Club commented on the scheme saying he has noticed a ‘huge difference’ on the road at Magheragallon, Gweedore, which was officially opened by Minister for State Dinny McGinley T.D. last week.  This was one of the largest projects in Donegal funded under the Community Involvement Scheme in 2013 and involved the construction of 400m of road, the relaying of Eircom and water mains, diverting overhead ESB cables underground and founding a base and levels for a new road and drainage.

Alan added: “I think the Community Involvement Scheme is very beneficial to any community. In our case it had a threefold benefit- it enhanced the safety for the public and spectators at our grounds, it provided space for us to upgrade our facilities, and helped to provide part of a better road leading to Magheragallon and the surrounding areas.”

Eunan O’Donnell Executive Engineer with Donegal County Council commended the Community Involvement Scheme as win win for both the Council and communities in that work, which would have taken years to get funded, gets done.

“The Community Involvement Schemes constructed in 2013 have been very beneficial to both Donegal County Council and the local communities involved. The projects that were done in 2013 would otherwise have had to wait several years to get funded. The communities involved have increased their pride in their area, and have developed a good relationship with the Donegal County Council staff involved.”

David McElwaine, Executive Engineer in the Letterkenny Electoral area and who coordinated a similar project in Rathmullan with Rathmullan Enterprise Group agrees with these sentiments saying “this scheme allows the skills of the local group to be utilised and there is also good team work between Donegal County Council and the group ensuring that works are carried out to the highest standards.”

Donegal County Council was this week allocated a further €1.25m for another 42 projects in 2014.

 

Mamore Gap community involvement Scheme received national media coverage

Mamore Gap community involvement Scheme received national media coverage

 

 

Facts:

Funding of €367,220 allocated under Community Involvement Scheme in 2013 and 8 schemes completed.

Funding of €1,249,863 allocated in 2014 and 42 schemes approved for completion

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Celebrating Over a Century of Local Government

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Caroline Carr the Assistant Curator of Donegal County Museum

 

With the local elections fast approaching, reflections have turned to the town councils, which were a cornerstone of local government for over a century. Like most Town Councils around the country Letterkenny and Bundoran are taking times to reflect on their contribution to their areas over the last 100 years.

Caroline Carr the Assistant Curator of Donegal County Museum, Cultural Services Division, Donegal County Council, talks about the commemorative and fascinating exhibition ‘The Greatest of Legacies’ Letterkenny Town Council 1899 – 2014 which portrays the last 115 years of local politics.

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“If anyone ever wondered just what the council does for the town, then this exhibition will answer that. Put it simply, Letterkenny would not be the town it is today without the town council and before it the Urban Council,” she said.

“Initially we planned to include 14 panels of information on the history of the council but we ended up with 23. We have gone through the minutes of meetings from all down the years and some of the issues that came up were fascinating. In some cases, they were talking about things like traffic problems and parking, that are still on the agenda at meetings today.”

Caroline highlights the important role the town councils played in making Letterkenny a vibrant and energetic place to live and visit.

“Letterkenny Town Council and previously the Urban District Council, has played an important role in the development of Letterkenny since its inception in 1899. Over the decades its responsibilities have expanded to include areas as diverse as traffic control and town parks as well as water, sewerage and housing, which in turn helped Letterkenny strive into the town it is today.”

Letterkenny Town Council has been at the heart of the development of cultural and sporting facilities for the people of Letterkenny including An Grianan Theatre, the County Museum, the Regional Cultural Centre and the Aura Leisure Centre. The Town Council has always worked closely with all its communities for the improvement of the urban area witnessed by the provision of the town parks and green areas and by the support provided by the Council to community groups throughout Letterkenny.

Celebrating Bundoran Town Council

To commemorate and to mark the dissolution of the council, Bundoran Community Library in conjunction with Discover Bundoran and Magh Ene Historical Society and supported by Bundoran Town Council also produced an exhibition, “100 Years of Democracy”.

The exhibition looks back at the formation of the council in 1914, Bundoran during the Civil War, Bundoran’s Fire Service, Lifeguarding of the beach, Bundoran’s membership of the Douzelage town twinning programme and lots more.  Physical exhibits include old newspapers, original byelaws, an address written by the council in 1926 and the original Merryweather Fire Pump purchased by the Urban District Council in the late 1920s.

The exhibitions are a fascinating and interesting tribute to a local authority that withstood the test of time and unlike most things in life might only be appreciated once it’s gone.

Town Council Facts

In 1974 325,000 gallons of water was used per day in Letterkenny and by 1975 this had increased to 500,000 gallons per day.

The first Town Gardener, David Donnelly was appointed in 1992. Over the next four years 260 trees had been planted in Letterkenny and in 1996 36,000 bedding plants were planted for the Summer Season.

As part of the Bundoran Town Council Exhibition and keeping with the democracy theme they are creating a Time Capsule, this will be sealed in Bundoran Library during Heritage Week on Saturday 23rd August and kept there for 25 years.

In January 1924 Letterkenny Town Council agreed to locate a site for a Motor washstand at the Market Square behind the Town Clock. Then in May 1924 a resolution was passed prohibiting the washing of motorcars at any place other than the Public Wash Stand.

 

 

Election Results 2014

Local Election 2014 Results

Final Results of 2014 Local Election in County Donegal

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