Welcome to Ireland Network Great Britain
We all know there are loads of young Irish people"making their way to the UK,
so where are they all? How do you meet them? Where is the 'Irish community'?
A few of us think it's a pity to be missing out on the opportunity to make new friends and maintain a connection with home. Plus, it's a real shame to be missing out on the hundreds of fantastic Irish events taking place over here.
First established in 1996, the summer school runs for two nights a week for five weeks starting on 13 June until 19 July and provides an informal but informative setting for students wishing to study Irish literature over the summer. Each week a …
Enjoy a Tour of the Highlights of The Tate Britain Gallery followed by Champagne Afternoon Tea with The Women’s Irish Network. The Tate Britain Gallery has been the home of British art from 1500 with paintings by eminent artists including Turner, …
Piaras Mac Éinrí, Project Leader for the emigre project, is leading a research team (alongside Dr Irial Glynn, Tomás Kelly) conducting a national study about emigration from Ireland and emigrants’ intentions to return (http://www.ucc.ie/en/emigre/). They are hosted by the Department …
So we're here to fix that. How? With our fantastic website and newsletter! First, we want to bring people together by telling them about a whole range of Irish events that are going on.
And then we get all old-fashioned by organising events in real life every month so you can go and meet all these great people! We're delighted to welcome you to our new website, and hope to see you at our next event! The In-GB team
Last year, over 1,500 people celebrated St. Patrick’s Weekend