Temperance Hall

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The Temperance Hall was constructed in the 1780s as a Cavalry Barracks. Enclosed by a defensive wall, the complex also included a hospital, in rmary and forge. In February 1900, Fr Jeremiah O’Donovan, a local curate, rented rooms in the military barracks to provide social, cultural and educational services for the people of the town and thus it remains today.

This page was added on 13/03/2018.

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