Love Donegal

Love Donegal

This is my homeland, the place I was born in / No matter where I go it's in my soul / My feet may wander a thousand places / But my heart will lead me back home to my Donegal.

(Daniel O'Donnell, Home to Donegal lyrics)

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watching - Image courtesy of Taryn Gleeson
Image of writing about why someone loves Donegal
Inspiration
Image of Errigal taken from the Gweedore road
Errigal - Image courtesy of Emma Russell
Knockamany
Knockamany overlooking Isle of Doagh Image Courtesy of Aideen Doherty
The Bridal Path ~Glenveagh National Park Image Courtesy Joe Shaw
Faherna Cottage Courtesy of Margaret Lafferty
Dolphins in Donegal - Image courtesy of John Rafferty
Swans - Image courtesy of John Rafferty
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Profile

Fr McDyer with Sybil Connolly, who was judging knitware at Agricultural Show

Fr James McDyer (1910-1987) was born in Glenties, Co Donegal.  After attending Glenties National School, he went on to St. Eunan’s College, Letterkenny, going on to St. Patrick’s College in Maynooth to study for the priesthood. He served in London during the Blitz, and then went on to Tory... Read more.

Organisation

photo of Jane Austen

When Jane Austen’s niece Anna, attempted to become a writer like her aunt, she was given two pieces of advice. One was to keep to two or three families in a country village, and the other was to avoid writing about Ireland: ‘You know nothing of the manners there,’ she was told. Austen could... Read more.

Place

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The Donegal Diaspora has found its way into the Irish Consulate in San Francisco, servicing the west coast of the United States. The office provides consular assistance, issues passports, visas and citizenship. It represents and promotes Ireland at various official events and assists in... Read more.

Article

Kate's 'Donegal Catch'

Kate and Paul Wedding Day

Married to Paul Moyne from Muff Co. Donegal, Kate Rafferty shared with us how she a found a Donegal man in Australia and married him …..

 

So, I had to go all the way to Australia to meet my husband! I am from a small place in Greater London called Hanworth and he is from a small... Read more.

Project

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Moira Ní Ghallachóir of mng.ie, a bilingual company which is working to develop and promote tourism in Donegal tells us her story.

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mng is a tourism enterprise, supporting local service providers, festivals and... Read more.