The first video of 2018 is ready and there will be more uploaded over the next few weeks. This was the final video that I shot before the batteries on my camera and phone gave out.
Managed to get into this site again and start posting content from the 2018 St. Patrick’s Day parade on Achill Island.
Let’s start with this one of the waking big drum on St. Patrick’s morning. More content coming over the next few weeks.
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A lovely video from the archives. Back in 2010, here is something that I captured while the band was playing at Gielty’s.
Dooagh Pipe Band marching through Pollagh on St. Patrick’s Day 2014.
This video shot at Pollagh Church shows how desperate the conditions were on this St. Patrick’s Day. Much respect to the band for continuing to play in such conditions. The spectators appreciated the effort shown by all the bands on the day.
Dooagh Pipe Band getting ready at Molly’s on St. Patrick’s Day.
The process of organising the photos for the 2017 St. Patrick’s Day parade gallery is ongoing. In the meantime, some photos will be posted occasionally until the gallery is complete.
If you visited the site in the last few weeks, the appearance hasn’t been as good as usual. From today, the site has a new theme in honour of the 70th anniversary of the founding of the band. Not to mention that the website has now been in existence for 20 years.
I think that the site is more attractive and easier to use.
As usual, any comments or suggestions are welcome by email to firstname.lastname@example.org
I am happy to announce that the gallery for 2016 is now complete from my collection. Enjoy the gallery with memories of a fantastic day for the parade.
Progress continues on getting the photos of the 2016 St. Patrick’s Day parade online. The first batch is now ready featuring images from early morning in Dooagh.