Warrenstown Remembered Book

30.00

A lovely colourful hardback book in remembrance of Warrenstown College, its staff and students.

Warrenstown College, renowned for its high standards of Agricultural & Horticultural training, closed in 2009. Established in 1923 by the Salesian Order of Priests & Brothers, it’s subsequent development mirrored that of the fledgling State.

In all, some 8000 students nationwide, including those attending part time, benefited from the courses at Warrenstown.
The college prided itself in having as past pupils, a Minister for Agriculture, Mark Clinton, and two IFA presidents, Padraig Walshe and Eddie Downey, together with key executives and managers in the Agricultural Industry, and many progressive farmers across the country.

The Warrenstown Remembered book is a unique record, combining the history of the famous Meath College and recollection of students, staff, and members of the Order over the years. It is a collection of stories by over 100 authors.

The book is illustrated with numerous old & modern images of the college, and of those who were there.
Warrenstown Remembered sets down a significant part of farming history in County Meath, and of Ireland.

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Warrenstown College, renowned for its high standards of Agricultural & Horticultural training, closed in 2009. Established in 1923 by the Salesian Order of Priests & Brothers, it’s subsequent development mirrored that of the fledgling State.

In all, some 8000 students nationwide, including those attending part time, benefited from the courses at Warrenstown.
The college prided itself in having as past pupils, a Minister for Agriculture, Mark Clinton, and two IFA presidents, Padraig Walshe and Eddie Downey, together with key executives and managers in the Agricultural Industry, and many progressive farmers across the country.

The Warrenstown Remembered book is a unique record, combining the history of the famous Meath College and recollection of students, staff, and members of the Order over the years. It is a collection of stories by over 100 authors.

The book is illustrated with numerous old & modern images of the college, and of those who were there.
Warrenstown Remembered sets down a significant part of farming history in County Meath, and of Ireland.

Warrenstown College, renowned for its high standards of Agricultural & Horticultural training, closed in 2009. Established in 1923 by the Salesian Order of Priests & Brothers, it’s subsequent development mirrored that of the fledgling State.

In all, some 8000 students nationwide, including those attending part time, benefited from the courses at Warrenstown.
The college prided itself in having as past pupils, a Minister for Agriculture, Mark Clinton, and two IFA presidents, Padraig Walshe and Eddie Downey, together with key executives and managers in the Agricultural Industry, and many progressive farmers across the country.

The Warrenstown Remembered book is a unique record, combining the history of the famous Meath College and recollection of students, staff, and members of the Order over the years. It is a collection of stories by over 100 authors.

The book is illustrated with numerous old & modern images of the college, and of those who were there.
Warrenstown Remembered sets down a significant part of farming history in County Meath, and of Ireland.