Clongowes 2018 Union Dinner

Clongowes Union Dinner Booking Please find booking form attached here. Date: Friday, 9th February 2018 @ 19h30 Location: Ballsbridge Hotel, Ballsbridge, Dublin 4. Please note that the Union Dinner is Black Tie. Payment can be made by: 1. Credit/Debit Card: (click or copy & paste the relevant link into your internet browser) Ticket €80 –…

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The Clongowes Wood College Foundation welcomed over 350 alumni, current parents along with the Rector, Fr. Michael Sheil SJ and our new Jesuit Provincial Fr. Leonard Moloney SJ to the O’Callaghan’s Alexander Hotel Dublin 2 on Friday November 18th. All were delighted to be in attendance at this oversubscribed Clongowes Foundation Leadership series lunch. Those gathered thoroughly enjoyed…

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Clongowes Union Dinner 2017

Clongowes Union Dinner 2017 More than 250 souls – mostly Old Clongownians – packed into the Conrad Hotel in Dublin to hear the often controversial and always entertaining Mr Campbell deliver a robust and thought-provoking critique that challenged his audience to look long and hard at the current political situation worldwide and its implications for…

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Rhetoric 1956 60-Year Reunion  Diamonds are forever! This year’s Diamond Jubilarians had a wonderful gathering to celebrate all of 60 years graduation from Clongowes. An evening in the placid surroundings of Fitzwilliam LTC was really enjoyable – and, once everyone recognized each other, it seemed as if we had last seen each other only a…

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2017 Golfing Season

The prize winners in 2017 were:  President’s Prize, Milltown GC – Des Dillon Abraham Sutton, Portmarnock GC – Charles O’Callaghan Ulster Branch, Royal County Down – Peter Gallagher Captain’s Prize, Co Louth GC – David Pigot Golfer of the Year – David Pigot   Saturday’s dramatic conclusion to the CWC major golf season in Baltray…

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CWC Union Day Speech Congratulations to all of you on graduating today. 6 years ago, this day must have felt like it would never come! I graduated 13 years ago, in 2004, and although that may seem like a lifetime ago to some of you, to me, it feels like yesterday. I remember sitting where…

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