As part of the promotion of the 2013 European Heritage Open Days (EHOD), Madelena Grossmann, who is in charge of the initiative throughout Europe, paid a visit to Northern Ireland, including the Hill of Armagh. Ms Grossmann is from the Regional Co-operation Division of the Directorate of Culture and Natural Heritage at the Council of Europe in Strasbourg. During her visit, which was organised through the Northern Ireland Environment Agency, she spent time in the Library, where she was welcomed by the Keeper, the Very Revd Gregory Dunstan, and No 5, where she met with the Registry Officer Stephen Day.
Yesterday afternoon we welcomed Sir Peter Luff, the Chairperson of Heritage Lottery Fund UK. Sir Peter visited the Library and No 5 to see a previously funded project in No 5 and to mark the […]
Following an invitation given by the Keeper last year, the US Consul General visited the Library while on official business in Armagh. Mr Dan Lawson had requested to see the first edition of Gulliver’s Travels by Jonathan […]
We were delighted to welcome the Archbishop of Canterbury, Justin Welby and Mrs Caroline Welby to the Library as part of their visit to Armagh as the guests of Archbishop Richard Clarke, Chairman of the […]