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A follower has sent us this video of Dublin and very lovely song. Enjoy!
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One of Ireland's finest poets William Butler Yeats(1865-1939) is buried in the churchyard of Drumcliffe Church in Sligo, which stands at the foot of Ben Bulben mountain.
In August 1938 , when his health was already poor, he wrote his final poem - Under Ben Bulben
Under bare Ben Bulben's head
In Drumcliffe Churchyard Yeats is laid,
An ancestor was rector there
Long years ago; a Church stands near.
By the road an ancient Cross
No marble, no conventional phrase,
On limestone quarried near the spot
By his command these words are cut :
Cast a cold eye
On life, on death.
Horseman, pass by !
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DRINKS CANCELLED
Due to the latest Covid-19 restrictions and following the advice of the Queensland Government that people over the age of 70 should stay home at present, we feel that it is prudent to cancel our July drinks function at the Grand Central Hotel.
Please be assured that we will do our best to make the August function bigger and better than ever and we look forward to celebrating with you at that time.
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