We have a number of projects and events completed. You can read more about the projects below or view our ongoing projects.

Crumlin Walking Trail

This Crumlin Walking Trail Map & Guide was produced by members of the Crumlin History Group – Kay Breen, John Goodwillie, Aidan Hodson, Brendan Mullins, Martin’ O Brien, Tom Scott and Mary Thomas in conjunction with Dublin City Council. Paper versions are available in the DCC Crumlin Area Office in Crumlin Village or you can view and download an online version on this website.

Learn more about the Crumlin Heritage Walking Trail

Crumlin Heritage Audit

In April 2022, funding was secured from the Heritage Council under the Community Heritage Grants Scheme to implement a community-led heritage audit. The purpose of this community heritage audit is to identify and prioritise heritage sites and features of interest in Crumlin and provide recommendations on the best way to highlight and interpret these.

Learn more about the Crumlin Heritage Audit

Finola Watchorn Exhibition

An exhibition celebrating local historian Finola Watchorn and her work on documenting the history of Crumlin, was held in Walkinstown Library on 7th October 2023 10am-4:45pm and the 9th October 2023, as part of the Dublin Festival of History. Thanks to DCC local area office and Walkinstown library staff for help with the project. (Photo: Martin O’ Brien)

Open House – St. Mary’s Church and Graveyard

As part of Open house, a sold out tour on 14th October 2023 led by archaeologist Enda Fahy detailed the rich history of St Mary’s Church and graveyard. Attendees were five the chance to learn about the prominent people buried on the site and the history of the historic church. Thanks to Drimnagh Castle, Irish Architecture Foundation & volunteers and Enda Fahy. (Photo: Martin O’ Brien)