The longer I am at this blog, the more I realise that I will never have a complete collection of the eclectic things that keep me distracted.
The last month of centenary commemorations means that the percentage of plaque that I have photographed has decreased substantially – there being that many new plaques unveiled.
A while back, I was aware of two stained glass windows in Catholic churches commemorating Republican fighters who died prior to 1924.
Last weekend, driving back from my Conversational Irish break, I stopped to enter the church at Lispoole and found another.
The grotto outside the church is dedicated to Thomas Ashe who died by force-feeding while on hunger strike in 1917. The centre window behind the altar is dedicated to Thomas M. Ashe.