Dogs in Celtic Mythology

Dogs feature throughout Celtic mythology, valued for their loyalty and intelligence as well as their abilities to hun...

The Celtic Festival of Samhain

Samhain was one of four significant seasonal festivals in the Celtic calendar. These all centred around important tim...

The Autumn Equinox

The Ancient Celts would traditionally have marked this occasion with festivities to give thanks for the harvests gath...

The Ballinderry River

The beautiful Ballinderry River, running from the Sperrins through to Lough Neagh, was an important part of the linen...

Cú Chulainn

A well known figure in Celtic mythology, Cú Chulainn features in The Cattle Raid of Cooley (Táin Bó Cúailnge), a batt...

Trees in Celtic Mythology

In this article we take a look at some of the sacred trees that feature in the many Celtic myths and legends handed ...

The Celtic Festival of Beltane

Beltane is the Celtic May Day festival celebrated on the first of May. It was considered an important festival in the...

Sowing Flax at Mallon Farm

We’re keeping a close eye on the weather these days as we hope to sow our flax soon. We use a traditional tool called...

Linen Wedding Anniversary

Linen is associated with the fourth wedding anniversary. The aristocrat of textiles and mankind’s oldest fibre, linen...

Women in Celtic Myths and Legends

We are marking International Women's Day by taking a look at some of the famous female characters that feature in Cel...

Melangell and the Hare

The hare was a sacred animal for the Celts, a symbol of abundance, prosperity and good fortune. Our latest hare sculp...

The Celtic Festival of Imbolc

The Celtic festival of Imbolc is celebrated on the first of February through to sunset on the second. Falling between...
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