ARTHUR'S DAY ® is the celebration of the remarkable legacy of Arthur Guinness, the creator of Guinness, whose St. James’ Gate Brewery was founded 252 years ago. This year Arthur’s Day takes place on 22 September. As people the world over enjoy this occasion, we take a look at the Guinness Brewery’s past through the eyes of Alfred Barnard who visited the famous establishment in 1889.
Interested in the history of brewing in Britain and Ireland?
To celebrate Arthur's Day, Eneclann are offering you 60% off our publication 'The Noted Breweries of Great Britain and Ireland' by Alfred Barnard.
Grandparents' Day - 25 September
25 September is Grandparents Day! Show your appreciation by ordering a gift certificate for commissioned family history research. A standard research package costs €360.
Find out how to order a gift certificate.
Back to Our Past, RDS, Dublin: 21-23 October
The Back to Our Past Show takes place from Fri 21 - Sun 23 October 2011. Book early to get half-price tickets!
Visit our stand for up to 50% off our historical titles, to purchase family history magazine back copies and ask members of our team for research advice. You can also attend some of the presentations we're giving. More about Eneclann at Back to Our Past.
If you’ve got a question you’d like to ask Fiona Fitzsimons, our Director of Research, post it on our Facebook page or send it to us at email@example.com
Each edition, starting from the next newsletter, Fiona will select one question to answer for you.
Featured Project: Irishgenealogy.ie
Each newsletter we showcase some of the work our team has been involved in.
This edition, we take a look at Eneclann's work with Irishgenealogy.ie, a website developed by the Department of Arts, Heritage and the Gaeltacht.
County Focus: Clare
This month our focus is on Co. Clare, which is located to the west of Ireland in the Province of Munster.
Take a look at our Co. Clare page for information on all our publications relating to this county.