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Cloth Mill Ballymore Eustace

Dec 29, 2020

The principle design challenges of the brief are the refurbishment and reactivation of the historic Old Mill in Ballymore Eustace Co. Kildare . The building is currently a ruin and the Client wishes to retain as much as possible of its fabric and use good practice conservation techniques for its restoraton and re-use in as cost effective a

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    Dec 11, 2021 The Irish stoneground flour and porridge oats are grown and milled by James Kelly whose old stone mill is located just outside the village of Ballymore Eustace. In true Doyle family butcher’s style, and in homage to the duo’s grandfather, the store also stocks venison steaks, cured meats, speciality sausages and black pudding such as Inch

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    The Factory Story. By. Jack Burke . The story of the factory began in 1804 when Christopher Dromgoole, Clothier, of the Weavers Square, Dublin, purchased the Corn Mill, Tuck Mill and Kiln together with the privilege of a strip of bog adjoining the same at Ballymore Eustace. The factory built on the site was impressive and machinery was provided to match:

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    Ballymore Woollen Mills & Holt. E.W.L. Holt. On August 4 th 1911 Ernest William Lyons Holt signed a lease on the Mill House and Pleasure Gardens, coach house and coalhouse, Ballymore Eustace on a quarterly term at 25 per annum. From the attendant schedule we can see that the premises was very well furnished at that time

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