Website Launch Event – 28/05/2010

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Murroe.net will be launching the website in Crokers Bar, 9PM
Sharp 28th May 2010!

Finger food will be provided

  • Childrens Art Competition results and prize (iPod Shuffle)
  • Website overview demo and tutorial
  • We will assist you in registering on the site and show you how to
  • submit articles and photos!
  • Everyone who attends will have the opportunity to win a free
  • Netbook when you submit your registration!
  • Local businesses will get free directory listings and have the opportunity to
  • have their own personalised webspace on murroe.net
  • Sponsorship and advertising opportunities

We look forward to seeing you all on the night                                     Arrive early as large numbers are expected!


Comments

  • I’m well impressed with the new site. All the best to it.

  • Good Job Nick, looks great!

    Look forward to the launch event

  • Can we post videos to the site ?

    If so, can you show us how to do that and are they controlled by admin?

  • Yes, you can simply paste in a YouTube link in your message and then, once the post is approved, the video will show!

    For instance:
    http://www.murroe.net/2009/07/nationwide-video-on-bridie-taaffe-on-youtube-2/

  • hi i am trying to find the song Mary of Murroe my mum used to sing it do you know where i might get it many thanks eddie

    If I was at home in Lackamore my pen I’d take and write,
    The thought lie in my bosom in Mary I take delight.
    It was in her father’s garden to manhood’s power I grew,
    When first I came to court that Dame, called Mary from Murroe.

  • Mary from Murroe -William Boney

    If I was at home in Lackamore my pen I’d take and write,
    The thought lie in my bosom in Mary I take delight.
    It was in her father’s garden to manhood’s power I grew,
    When first I came to court that Dame, called Mary from Murroe.

    The evening of a funeral at the cross below the forge,
    It was there I met my Mary and she coming down the road.
    Alas, alas, our time grew short, her mother came in view,
    And I had to quit down by the smith’s with my Mary from Murroe.

    We came along together until we came to the boiling well,
    We both sat down together until the dark night on us fell.
    Oh, dark and dreary was the night that fell around us two,
    May the daylight shine forever on my Mary from Murroe.

    We moved along together ‘till we came to the shady grove,
    Where the woodcock and the pheasant came roving down the brook.
    Our enemies were on the road but us they could not view,
    Three times I kissed the ruby lips of my Mary from Murroe.

    We strolled along together ‘till we came to the painted gate,
    ‘Go home, go home, dear Mary, I fear it’s getting late,
    Go home, go home, my Mary, your footsteps I’ll pursue,
    And in spite of fate I’ll come again to court you near Murroe.

    If I had all the riches that Lord Damer had in store,
    Or half those earthly treasures that lie around Lackamore.
    It’s feely I’d bestow them all, to them I’d bid adieu,
    To spend one night by Mary’s side in that thatched house near Murroe.

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