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Also widely known as St. Columba, Colmcille was born on the 7th of December 521 in Gartan. A Christian Abbot and Missionary he is renowned for the spread of Christianity to Scotland, and the founding of the famous monastery on Iona. A great great grandson of Niall of the Nine Hostages, he was...Read more.
Opened in 2002 by President Mary McAleese, Volt House became an important resource for the people of Raphoe. The primary aim of Volt House is to serve all areas of the community and to that end many and various groups use the facility. After lying vacant and derelict for 13 years Volt House,...Read more.
The Donegal Library and Archive Service is a first point of call for anyone wishing to learn about life in the county – past and present. This rich resource comprises books, maps, photographs, archives, microfilms, newspapers, original documents and genealogical sources. It is a truly unique...Read more.
The Heart of the Irish Experience
To get to the heart of the Irish experience, go for a first hand perspective on the culture, history and craic among the locals with a cultural immersion program. You can learn how to speak Gaelic, play an instrument or conduct archeology, or simply go for a walk through an intriguing landscape...Read more.
The Donegal Music Education Partnership administers vocal and instrumental tuition through a number of centres across County Donegal. The tuition deals with a range of musical genres including classical, traditional, jazz and contemporary/rock music. While tuition for children and young people...Read more.