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2016: Our Year in Review

Irish Georgian Society E-Newsletter: 30.12.16
WATCH: City Assembly House Fundraising Campaign
From all of us in the Irish Georgian Society, a sincere thank you for all your support and your commitment to the Irish Georgian Society throughout 2016, and for sharing our vision to conserve, protect and foster an interest and respect for Ireland’s architectural heritage and decorative arts.
We hope that some of you had the opportunity to participate in our tours or visit the City Assembly House throughout the year! 2016 was a busy year for IGS with many high points, with the second phase of conservation works beginning on the City Assembly House in the Spring, which involved the
installation of Georgian style windows and the repointing of the façade of the building. During the summer, two conservation projects supported by IGS were successfully completed: the Thomas Jervais window was reinstated in Agher Church, Co. Meath and the coade stone Lion was restored at Mote Park, Co. Roscommon.
In 2017, we will continue to fundraise to raise the €600,000 necessary to complete the restoration of the City Assembly House. We are 60% of the way toward reaching our goal of €1.5million! Please consider 
making a donation today, you can do so online, by cheque or by calling the office [+353 (0)1 679 8675].

Best wishes for the festive season and the new year ahead – we look forward to welcoming you to an IGS event in 2017! An exciting programme of events has been planned for 2017 including day tours, lectures, study days and Young Irish Georgian events.
Read our complete Year in Review on

The City Assembly House will reopen on Tuesday, 3rd January 2017 from 10:00am
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Members are the lifeblood of the Irish Georgian Society and we have you to thank for your support, your time and your donations throughout the year. If you are already a member - thank you! If you are not a member we encourage you to join today. Members receive many benefits including free admission to all Office of Public Works (OPW) sites across Ireland, a 10% discount in the IGS bookshop and you will also receive a copy of our annual magazine, Irish Georgian Society Review in the post. Find out more.
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