CARLOW Historical and Archaeological Society presented prizes to winners of the Primary School History Project Competition 2017 at a function in Carlow County Museum on Thursday evening. David Bolger from Bishop Foley NS won 1st prize with a project on Milford Mills. Eva Jones, Ballinkillen NS won
The winners of this year’s Carlow Historical and Archaeological Society History Project Competition were presented with their awards on Wednesday the 15th of June at Carlow County Museum. First place in this years was Eoin Cummins from Ballinkillen National School with his project on ‘Dolmens in County
The society has decided to do something new this year. In conjunction with St. Patrick’s College, Carlow we are sponsoring a prize for an original piece of historical writing by a student in the college. The prize is offered to undergraduate 3rd & 4th year students of
Since 2006 the society has sponsored an annual primary schools history competition. The competition is open to all Fifth and Sixth Class pupils who live or attend school in County Carlow. This is a competition for individuals, not groups. Since 2010 we have published the winning entry
School History Competition Winners 2015 1st Place: Eoin Cummins: Ballinkillen National School : Borris Railway Line and Viaduct 2nd Place: Anna Colgan : St. Patrick’s National School, Rathvilly : Huntingdon Castle Joint 3rd Place: Sophie Byrne : Grange National School : Brigid Byrne 1925-2015 Michaela Flood :
2013 1st Place: Louise Colgan : Rathvilly National School : Ducketts Grove 2nd Place: David Lalor : Ballon National School : St. Mullin’s Monastery 3rd Place: Donncha Murphy : Ballon National School : Kevin Barry Well Done Everyone!
2012 1st Place: Orla Kenny : Ballon National School : Kavanagh Castles of County Carlow 2nd Place: Raena Maye McElwee :Ballon National School : St. Mullins Motte & Bailey 3rd Place: David Lalor : Ballon National School : St. Fortiarnan’s Holy Well & White Church Well Done