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Banagher - Offaly - B/W Main St

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Banagher is a hurling town, and has excellent gaa facilities Banagher is also home to many artists, one such artist emerging in international and irish art circuits is Stephanie Hough.

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Photo Details

  • County: Offaly
  • Town: Banagher
  • Scene: Main St
  • Date: 1905 (estimate)

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  • 10' x 8' printed on quality photo paper, larger sizes also available
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  • Read about Banagher below

Banagher

Banagher (Beannchar in Irish) is a town in the Republic of Ireland, located on the western edge of County Offaly in the midlands of Ireland. The name comes from an Irish word meaning 'horn-cast', the same root as Bangor in County Down, Northern Ireland. Banagher was originally built to guard a crossing point on the nearby River Shannon just south of River Brosna and Shannon converging point. The town is the home of the Banagher Concrete Group, the company who made the blocks and internal rings for the Channel Tunnel.

Famous residents have included Anthony Trollope, the Brontë sisters and singer/artist Johnny McEvoy. The town has a thriving poetry scene, including the Readings from the Pallet festival in local bars. One product of this was Anthony Sullivan whose self-published first book Under Star and Under Sun has seen local success.

Banagher is a hurling town, and has excellent gaa facilities

Banagher is also home to many artists, one such artist emerging in international and irish art circuits is Stephanie Hough, as part of her work she use's many assumed names such as 'Margaret'&'sticky' you can find examples of her work at www.stephaniehough.wordpress.com