Donegal Person of Year

The People of Creeslough have been awarded the Donegal Person of Year for 2022. The announcement was made by Chairperson of the Donegal Association in Dublin, Kevin McFadden. The event started in 1975, and has recognised the talent and dedication of Donegal people doing great things at home and throughout Ireland. Since inception Creeslough hasContinue reading “Donegal Person of Year”

Children’s Activities

Kids activities in and around Creeslough and Dunfanaghy. Looking for children activities in and around Creeslough and Dunfanaghy. Check out this list of local activities you can sign the kids up to to keep the busy and active. GAA: Football Gaelic Football training for boys and girls. Training is on at the Bridge in Dunfanaghy. TheContinue reading “Children’s Activities”

Seamus Harkin

Creeslough Singer, Author and Undertaker Early Life Born in Derryart Creeslough in 1935 Seamus was the third of 6 children born into a typical Irish family who wasted nothing and held strong religious values and faith.  Both his mother and father had the same surname, and in times gone by if two people were marriedContinue reading “Seamus Harkin”

Bridie Gallagher

Famous singer from the 1950s. Bridie was born and reared in Ards Creeslough, the ninth of 10 children. Her father was James Gallagher, from Ards and her mother was Bridget Sweeney from Creeslough, who played the melodeon. Bridie Gallagher attended Massinass national school. Early life Bridie started her singing in the Creeslough Hall with aContinue reading “Bridie Gallagher”

Sr Joan Agnes Mc Fadden

Written in Johannesburg, Sunday 16th. May, 1999 by Sr. Joan Agnes McFadden, R.G.S. I was born the 7th. child in a family of 13 to Dominick and Maggie McFadden, Killoughcarron, Creeslough, Co. Donegal Ireland.   I was educated at Drimnaraw School and the Technical School, Letterkenny.   I joined the Good Shepherd Sisters in 1950 and wentContinue reading “Sr Joan Agnes Mc Fadden”

John P Lavell

Judge and Author of The Hard Coal Docket John P. Lavelle’s mother Sarah Ann McBride came from Creeslough before emigrating to Philadelphia, USA. Where she married John Lavelle from Co. Mayo they had two children John and Joseph. John P. Lavelle became “The Honourable John P. Lavelle President Judge of Carbon County”  when he wasContinue reading “John P Lavell”