Along the Faughan side

by Olly McGilloway

Publisher: Dubh Regles Books in Londonderry

Written in English
Published: Pages: 217 Downloads: 535
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Statementby Olly McGilloway ; with contributions by Kieran Devlin, Stuart Donaghy, Risteard MacGabhann, John Walsh.
The Physical Object
Pagination217p. :
Number of Pages217
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17457401M
ISBN 100950791628

The return to Derry City follows the south side of the valley above the River Faughan. Public roads: On Public Road Getting to the start: Routes 1 can be accessed from Derry/Londonderry. Rail services from Belfast and all stops along the way, can carry up to 4 cycles after am on weekdays and at all times during weekends. The Faughan Side By Cara Dillon, Sam Lakeman. • 1 song, Play on Spotify. 1. The Faughan Side - Sam Lakeman. Featured on Wanderer. More by Cara Dillon. Upon a Winter's Night (Deluxe) Wanderer. After the Morning. A Thousand Hearts. A Thousand Hearts. Faughan Hill is a low hill approximately five miles to the northwest of Navan, County Meath, is owned by the Moriarty, McCabe, Dunne, English families, and is not open to the public. The highest point is owned by the Moriarty family. The principal rivers are the Foyle, the Bann, the Roe, and the Faughan. The Foyle, which derives its name from the smoothness of its current, intersects the liberties of the city of Londonderry, in a majestic course north-eastward, having descended from Lifford, where, after the union of several important streams, it first obtains its name: at Culmore, six miles below the city, which it.

  Life in a Paper Boat is the fourteenth solo album by English folk singer Kate Rusby, released in October The album, while featuring Rusby’s signature mix of traditional and original songs, marked a sonic departure from previous releases: synthesizers and drum programming were used extensively throughout the record.5/5(4). There are major roadworks along the A6 between Dungiven and Drumahoe so please take care at this junction and be aware of any road closure / diversion signs. Cross the River Faughan at the Ardmore Bridge, then take the first left onto Ardground Road followed by an immediate right onto Kildoag Road. "Along with the fears that a wet winter will see this flooding down into the Faughan there is the fear of the amount of seepage and the damage that is doing right now." Story so far. Blank Page. likes. The river Faughan has plus members, and countless visitors who enjoy the the river every day.. Share your videos, pictures and fishing tips.

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A comprehensive and scarce book on the River Faughan and the Faughan valley, its people, its natural history and its fishing. The fishing sections cover white and brown trout, salmon, sea trout and coarse fish and include a great deal on local fly patterns plus an appendix on spider patterns.

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All flourish there together, boys, along the Faughan side. Oh, well if could you see that lovely place all in the summer time, Each tree and bush they look so gay, each meadow in its prime, The blackbird and the golden thrush, they tune their notes so gay. And they flourish all together, boys, along the Faughan side.

Well it's Along the Faughan side book three miles from Derry to the bridge of Durham And it's there I spent some happy days, I'll have you all to know, Where lambs do sport, fair maids do court and small fish gently glide.

I don't think 'Along the Faughan Side' was written as an angling book. It was written by a man who loved the river, loved nature and did a bit of fishing also. I never personally met the man but I imagine he was as happy at Along the Faughan side book river seeing a kingfisher or an otter as he would have been if he were catching double figure fish every day.

Olly McGilloway, Chairman of the Faughan Angler's Association, TV Presenter and University Lecturer published Along The Faughan side in a fantastic local book, in the Foreword Joe Mahon another local TV Personality said "This then, is the story of the River Faughan in all its multi-faceted aspects.

For many a pleasant day we spent along the Faughan side. 4 It's about three miles from Derry to the bridge of Drumahoe Where there I spent some happy nights I would have yous all to know, Where lambs do sport, fair maids do court and small fish gently glide, In the blooming spring small birds does sing along the Faughan side.

Along the way Bob dips into the history of the area and delves deeply into its folklore to introduce you to an eclectic collection of characters from pious monks to notorious highway men, from stoneage settlers to 17th century planters and from howling banshees to the fairy inspired musical genius which introduced the haunting chords of one of.

ITMA Reference: ITMA-MP3 Creator: Eddie Butcher Date: August Location: Magilligan, Co Derry Subject: Ireland: Singing in English Language: English Collection. Cara Dillon at The Venue, Leeds College of Music, Friday 16th February Performing 'The Faughan Side' from the album 'Wanderer' with her husband Sam Lak.

Stuart Donaghy, in the chapter "Angling experiences on the Faughan" in Olly McGilloway's book "Along the Faughan Side" states the following: " perhaps the best all-round fly for sea trout and salmon that I know of.

The melody of "Come All Ye Tramps And Hawkers" was also used for "The Faughan Side", a song first collected in Sam Henry's Song Of The People () (originally published in tonic sol-fa notation in his regular column in the Northern constitution, of Coleraine, Northern Ireland in ).

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Faughan Purple as given in 'Along the Faughan Side'. I was contacted by a man a few years ago who said he had an old Faughan Purple that had been given to him when he was doing work at the Pumping Station at Campsie during the 's.

Along The Faughan Side A stream like crystal it flows down It's plain for to be seen It's there you'll find the Irish oak Trimmed with the ivy green Where shamrock, rose and thistle grow The lily too beside And they flourish all together, boys Along the Faughan side It's just three miles from Derry.

My Father Told Me by Francy Devine, released 27 November 1. The Faughan Side 2. The Recruited Collier 3. Banks o Reid Roses 4. Stand Like the Brave 5.

Little Yellow Roses 6. Bonnie Wood Green 7. Sam Hall / Le Ramoneur / Skarzhour Chiminalieu 8. Crossing the Bar 9. Diego's Bold Shore Strike Up That Chord Île de France Who Fears to Wear the Red Hand Badge The Faughan rises on the Eastern slopes of Sawel mountain, the highest peak of the Sperrins, flowing some 20 odd miles from its source, Poll an Iolair (The Eagle's Pool) to Lough Foyle.

The Faughan is a medium sized spate river, in its upper reaches it is fast flowing, with streams, gravel fords and pools the predominant features.

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It has been a blessing to me. Read more. 2 people found this helpful. Helpful. Comment Report s: ALONG THE FAUGHAN SIDE. A stream like crystal it flows down It's plain for to be seen It's there you'll find the Irish oak Trimmed with the ivy green Where shamrock, rose and thistle grow The lily too beside And they flourish all together, boys Along the Faughan side.

It's just three miles from Derry To the bridge at Drumahoe. The Faughan Side By Ann & Francie Brolly. • 1 song, Play on Spotify. The Faughan Side - Ann & Francie Brolly. Featured on Cream Of Irish Folk. More by Ann & Francie Brolly.

Essential Irish Pub Songs Collection. 50 Best Irish Rebel Ballads - Volume 1. Patriotic Names. The Faughan enters Lough Foyle east of Coolkeeragh power station. [citation needed] Wildlife. The River Faughan is a brown trout and salmon fishery. In culture "The Faughan Side" is a traditional Irish song from the early 20th century, sung by Eddie Butcher.

The river gives its name to Faughan Valley Golf Club, near. Along with The Landlord and The Excise Man, the Recruiting Sergeant was a popular target for poetic ire, because he conscripted young Irishmen to fight on behalf of England.

In the mid-eighteenth century, if an English soldier took off his uniform, the minimum penalty was twenty-five lashes with a cat-o-nine-tails, and lashes the maximum.

The River Faughan is a beautiful place to while away an afternoon fishing and the patient and good-humoured craic with Steve and Gareth, my guides from. BOOK DAY FISHING on FishPal.

History of the Faughan Anglers. There has been a club or association on the Faughan for perhaps 70 years, originally renting the rights on the tidal section of the river from the Foyle Fisheries Commission (now the Loughs Agency).

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Andrew Bratton settled in what is now Mifflin County, Pennsylvania early in along with his brother-in-law Samuel Holliday.

The present-day Bratton Township in Mifflin County bears his name. “Andrew Bratton selected a tract of land on the south side of the Juanita Rivre and Holliday located at what is now McVeytown. Book Tickets Online. About Faughan Valley Golf Club is a Par 69 course measuring yards, standard scratch Built on the naturally free draining banks of the River Faughan this site provides the golfer with a demanding and yet visually enjoyable experience.

Located on the banks of the River Foyle along the south side of Ebrington. “The fear was that the manholes were rising everywhere, so we had to walk along the side of houses to make sure we weren’t hitting manholes.” The fire brigade was at the top of the road.They do flourish all together, boys, along the Faughan side.

LOCAL POET'S EXPRESSION of the fusion of cultures in the northwest erry folk song repertory (quoted in Shields 13) is a point made more generally by Breanddin Breathnach, who writes that Irish folk music includes not.

Members of the public are being invited to go on a tour with difference to discover the myths and legends of the Faughan Valley area. The Faughan Valley Landscape is inviting you to join them on a heritage tour with a difference, where you will be encouraged to discover a range of historical sites with a guide who will detail the history of the Faughan Valley region.