I am sad to say that unfortunately my dad is not very well and we believe he may only have a very short time left with us He has always expressed his desire to let people, know his situation and he often reflected on the good and bad times he had with the band.I was way too young to remember any of the stories or goings on that happened back in those foggy days of the early 70's so any information would be greatly appreciated by all of the family.Late 50' early 60's I was a great fan and friend of The Magnificent Seven Showband from Derry and knew them all personally .
Intending members would do well to join as soon as possible, the news item concluded.
The land for the course at Coolflugh, near Cloghroe Church, was made available through the good offices of local farmer Jerome Dorgan who was interested in golf anyway as he played the game at the nearby St Ann’s Hill Hydro - a complex that included, not just a health centre, but also a hotel and a large farm.
The Muskerry name, perhaps, was derived from the adjoining Cork and Muskerry Light Railway Line (or the Muskerry Tram as it was popularly known) but the club’s roots in the Barony of Muskerry may also have been a consideration.
The development certainly caught the imagination and The World of Golf magazine (Irish Section) of April 25, 1907 had this to say: A single golf course for a sporting town like Cork was not keeping up with the times and, we are not surprised that a friendly rival to the Little Island course has arisen.
Would be great to get in touch I am the son of Gus Guest who was lead guitarist for the Horslips briefly in 1972.
I noticed that there is no photo of him in the "where are they now" section, and if you like I can remedy this.
Hi everyone, I'm working on an in-depth biography of Rory Gallagher.
I have been doing a lot of work on what I call his formative period, the years he spent in the Fontana and Impact.
Since the Site is for the village of Helmsdale and communities around, I invite anyone to submit info.
On their business, hobbies, interests, local history, organisations, church activities and any news that is happening in and around Helmsdale.
I believe the rule is, don't guess at that ever ever eve.