The shape of a churn

Lickerrig, Co. Galway

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Most churns in the district are made with wood and are called barrel churns because the look like the shape of a barrel. There are a few dash churns in the area too. At the bottom of each churn is a hole with a plug in it. In winter churning only takes place once a week.

Collector: Unknown

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Place: Lickerrig, Co. Galway

Footnote: Duchas, ‘The Schools’ Collection’, www.duchas.ie/

This page was added on 29/04/2017.

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