In Celtic folklore, the shamrock was also a charm against evil and is said to bring the bearer good luck. So be sure to carry one whenever you play the lottery or attend one of your favourite team’s sporting occasions!
A century has passed since Ireland’s monumental 1916 Easter Uprising took place on the streets of Dublin.
Expertise from author and Irish military historian Paul O’Brien, and Dr Joanna Brück, a reader in archeaology at University of Bristol and former senior lecturer at UCD’s School of Archaeology, shows the physical scars left by the 1916 Rising in Dublin - the hub of the rebellion.
We recently had a new hand carved wooden sign made for the shop. It was made by Ritchie Clarke from Mullingar Co. Westmeath.
Read some more about Richie and the reason behind the sign.