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Click here to read: Calling Canada. Wales , New Zealand, South Africa , America, Scotland, England , Poland and all the other countries that suffered in the world wars Calling Canada. Wales , New Zealand, South Africa , America, Scotland, England , Poland and all the other countries that suffered in the world wars
A few days ago I got a loan of the most wonderful book from a very dear friend. On perusing this little gem I can only say it is one of the very few that have softened this old heart of mine .... see what you think  Read More.....
Click here to read: Peat cutting Peat cutting
The terminology and complexity of the harvesting of turf.  Read More.....
Click here to read: Harvest days Harvest days
Passing a field near Ballyrashane recently, Country Gulpin spied stooks which reminded him of the old "corn field" in Dervock. What wonderful memories it brought back.  Read More.....
Click here to read: The vexing road of 98 The vexing road of '98
The human rights encapsulated in the American Declaration of Independance were also what motivated the dreams and ideals fought for during 1798 Rebellion.  Read More.....
Click here to read: All the fun of the fair All the fun of the fair
Like all villages Dervock had its quota of fairs. There was the yearly fairs, the weekly fairs and the fortnightly fairs.  Read More.....
Click here to read: Christmas Rhymers Christmas Rhymers
Christmas Rhymers (in some places called Mummers) pre date back to the times of the Druids. They were part of the mid-winter festival, where fortune and luck was important in a household.  Read More.....
Click here to read: The Fireplace The Fireplace
The crickets sang behind the old hearth, as the weary rested round a large peat fire after a long day's toil  Read More.....
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