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Storytelling night “Romancing the border” gets national media attention

Following on from a very successful “Romancing the Border” storytelling night in February 2019, the Irish Independent made contact with Monaghan Community Network to follow up on stories from individuals about how the border impacted on their social and romantic lives. Walter and Margaret Pringle from Clones told their story to the newspaper….. (click on the link, or copy it into the address bar, to read their story…)
https://www.independent.ie/business/brexit/real-lives-on-the-border-we-queued-the-day-we-married-id-rather-die-than-see-it-return-37889912.html
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A successful Peace IV cookery night – its a piece of cake!

Thanks to everyone who attended the Peace IV funded Cookery demonstration in the Iontas Centre last week. There were lots of lovely traditional recipes and a very nice raspberry and white chocolate cake – great for sharing! A special thanks to Arlene for facilitating the night, we really had a very enjoyable and enlightening evening! Events like these enable the creation of cross community friendships through learning new skills together, the results were only delicious!… Read More >

“Romancing the Border” storytelling night gets a great “reception”

“Romancing the Border” was the theme of a Peace IV storytelling night on Monday 11th February, and there were lots of stories of romance, love, heartbreak, and matters of “wife and debt”. The event was facilitated by Francis McCarron, and it wasn’t long until people contributed all kinds of stories – lost love, chat up lines, cross border barriers to romance, dancing decks, carnivals, and weddings.… Read More >