In view of the current unprecedented situation and in the interests of public health please note that all Nenagh 800 planned events are being deferred until further notice. We want people to be able to enjoy our events and not to be fearful about going to them. So, while we know people will be disappointed, we also know this is the right thing to do at this point in time. We will continue to post updates here and on our Facebook and Twitter pages.
NENAGH 8OO WILL BE EXTENDED AND EVENTS NOW BEING POSTPONED WILL BE RESCHEDULED IN THE FUTURE WHEN IT IS APPROPRIATE TO DO SO.
Events not going at this point in time include talk by Dr Paul O’ Brien in Nenagh Library on 24th March on ‘Remnants of Retail: The nineteenth century shop fronts of Nenagh’ and the Re-Enactment of the Trial of the Cormack Brothers on 9th April. Check website of Nenagh Arts Centre for details of events cancelled there.
In 2020 Nenagh will celebrate Nenagh 800, celebrating 800 years of the development and history of the town of Nenagh. There are so many elements that make Nenagh what it is – its agricultural roots and market town, its heritage – both physical and cultural, but most of all its people.
During 2020 we are inviting groups, organisations and the community at large to get involved whether it be by participating in events, getting involved in projects, or even just inviting family, friends and acquaintances to visit Nenagh during the year to join in the celebrations.
We want this to be a year for young and old – and everyone in between!