Calling all Carlovians in London to St Patrick’s Parade and Festival – Sunday 15th March.

* CALLING ALL CARLOVIANS IN LONDON * “Your County needs YOU” Its countdown to London’s 2020 St Patrick’s Celebrations on 15th March and the County Carlow Association in London plan to be out in force on the biggest National Day in the world’s calendar. And we invite you all to be there in your ‘Red […]

Carlow Footballers celebrate a great win in London..

  There was a sea of Red Yellow and Green in Mc Govern Park as Carlow got their National Football League season off to a flying start in Ruislip on Saturday 27th Jan with a 2-14 to 2-9 win over London. It was a tight and exciting game all the way but Carlow’s commitment to […]

Former Carlow Association London man Niall Sheehan from Kilcoltrim is All-Ireland Cross Country Champion.

It was celebrations all round when Kilcoltrim native Niall Sheehan and former committee member of the Carlow Association London running in the colours of Gowran AC claimed gold in winning the All- Ireland Intermediate Cross Country Championships in Tuam on Sunday last 22nd January. He felt confident and good the week prior and trained and […]

Have you filled in the #CARLOWCONNECTS survey…

Our home county is reaching out to #Carlow Connections across the World! Carlow County Council is developing a Diaspora and Twinning Strategy that seeks to identify and develop opportunities to harness County pride and engage with Carlow’s national and international citizens and communities across the globe and are asking all to complete this simple survey […]

Carlowman in London explains why the Irish in Britain should vote to remain in the EU in the forthcoming referendum.

The article below was in the Carlow Nationalist on 26 April.  It was written by Tom Nolan, a native of Tullow, who has lived in London for the past 10 years.  It sets out why it is important for Ireland that the UK votes to remain in the EU in the forthcoming referendum.  More information […]

Carlow Footballers just manage to hold on against London after a great start.

Carlow Senior Footballers travelled to London on Saturday 6th February for their Round 2. Division 4 clash in an effort to salvage something from their 1-12 to 0-10 defeat to Antrim at home the previous week.  Although they put in a winning performance at Ruislip and were well in control they eased off in the […]

The Made in Heaven creator serves up a real Devilish Christmas Feast in South Carlow.

A great friend of the Carlow Association London is London born  (Harringay) man in South Carlow John Whelan.  We asked John about his favourite Christmas dish and what he’ll be cooking for the big day.  He sees Christmas as a special time for family and friends.  John runs the The Devils Menu in St Mullins […]

Carlow and London share a strong connection with the Easter Rising leading to Parliamentary Questions asked in the Houses of Parliament in 1916

A fatal occurrence during the Easter Rising links Carlow and London in a strange way.  Carlow historian Prof Paul Horan explains why parliamentary questions were raised in the House of Commons on the tragic death of a Leighlinbridge nurse killed by enemy fire during the historic week. Nurse Margaret Keogh died from gunshot wounds sustained […]

Caroline Cunningham part of the ‘Pure Thinking’ Carlow Post Office Inspires Project

As the curtain rises on the Carlow Arts Festival 2015 visitors to Deighton Hall have a treat in store for them on Friday 29th May at 8.30pm when Carlow’s Inspirational People Portrait Exhibition in conjuction with Carlow Post Office show the works of some 28 local talented artists. ‘Art feeds the soul’ they say. But […]

County Carlow Association London ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING 2015 – Tuesday 9th June.

2015 ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING 9th June. The Carlow Association in London is going some 50 years with our 2015 Annual General Meeting (AGM) being held on Tuesday 9th June in The London Irish Centre 50-52 Camden Square London NW1 9XB at 8pm Do come and see how last year went and hear our plans for […]