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December: Desmond Guinness Scholarship, Docklands Walking Tour & IGS Members' Lottery

Irish Georgian Society Newsletter: 11.12.2015
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Desmond Guinness Scholarship 2015

The Irish Georgian Society is delighted to announce that the Desmond Guinness Scholarship 2015 was awarded to Dr. Bláithín Hurley for her research into Daniel Maclise’s largely unpublished autobiography at the Royal Academy of Arts, London and his unpublished letters at the National Art Museum London.

The Desmond Guinness Scholarship Prize was awarded to Myles McKenna for his research on the Wentworth papers in the British Library where he will focus on the period 1729 to 1754, the period in which William James Conolly made alterations to Castletown.

Thanks are due to the London Chapter of the Irish Georgian Society for their generous contribution this year, which ensured that there was a €1,000 scholarship fund this year. 

Christmas Party at Rathfarnham Castle
We would like to extend our thanks to all the members who braved Storm Desmond to join us at Rathfarnham Castle for our Christmas Party. After a dramatic intervention by the Dublin Fire Brigade, health and safety regulations meant we were not able to enjoy the festivities in their magnificent ballroom. The staff at the Castle did their utmost to accommodate us, and a merry time was had by all guests in the Castle's tearoom.

A thank you to the Board and Committee members who donated prizes to our raffle: Mary Bryan, David Fleming, James Paul McDonnell, Pat Murray, and also the Irish Landmark Trust, The Merrion Hotel, and Coppinger Row.

To view all pictures from the night,
 visit our website.

IGS members can visit Rathfarnham Castle any time of the year, and gain free entry by showing their IGS Membership card.
Dublin Docklands Morning Walking Tour 
The walking tour begins on Grand Canal Quay and explores Grand Canal Dock from its development in the 18th century that changed the shape of Dublin to its recent rebirth that has created a new urban landscape for the city. Meet at Grand Canal Quay outside the Waterways Ireland Visitor Centre.

Wrap up warm, and you're welcome to turn up and pay on the day!


Saturday, 12th December, 10.30am - 12.00pm
Tickets: €15
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IGS Members Lottery 2016
We are relaunching the IGS Members' Lottery in January 2016! Tickets are €20, and there is a draw every month. The total prize pot will be 40% of the ticket sales, while the remaining 60% goes to the Society's general funds.   

In 2013 just over €5000 was raised through the Lottery so it is a valuable fundraising arm as well as offering Members the chance to win a cash prize every month.

Download the brochure
from our website, or request one from the office (01 679 8675).
This Christmas, why not give someone the gift of Irish Georgian Society membership.

Buy a gift membership and receive a gift yourself - choose from Dixon Coasters, IGS notebooks, Irish Country House Collection Candles or selected pieces from the Silvanna Kim designed jewellery (available instore).

More information 
on our website, or to purchase call 01 679 8675.

IGS submission on Dublin City Development Plan 2016-2022
The Irish Georgian Society has made a submission to the on-going public consultation on the draft Dublin City Development Plan 2016-2022, under the following headings:
  • Failure to identify the protection of built heritage as integral to the future development of Dublin City
  • Relaxation of Zoning Objectives for buildings of architectural heritage merit
  • Need for guidance on energy efficiency works to historic buildings
  • Large and tall buildings in the historic core
  • Removal of bus parking / bus cages from Dublin’s Georgian core
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