Every so often we peruse the World Wide Web so see what delights it contains about Ballymore Eustace and things associated. We hope that some of the following sites will entertain edify and even educate you on some of these long winter nights.
The daddy of them all is www.kildare.ie/BallymoreEustace Ballymore Eustace online under the direction of webmaster Tom O’Keefe will keep you bang up to date with events in the village, things to do and some nice photos of matters local from Chris Dennison.
Our local GAA club is site building at www.kildare.ie/community/easysites/ballymoreeustacegaa/
Another group angling for your visit is www.kildare.ie/ballymoreanglers/ which contains a comprehensive history of the group from 1974.
The Bugle’s own two resources http://ballymore.blogspot.com which contains articles since 2007 and www.flickr.com/photos/ballymorebugle/ which we use a photo depository again from 2007 but with photos that we may not have published in the pages of the magazine.
Two nice bite size documents for download local heritage trail http://www.kildare.ie/ballymoreanglers/docs/-Heritage%20TrailPDF.pdf
And the nature trail
Our national school, Scoil Mhuire has a web presence at www.iol.ie/~bmesch/
And the latest tidy towns adjudication report
The wonderful Barrettstown Gang Camp is at www.barretstown.org
And some of the commercial sites
http://ballymoresingingfestival.blogspot.com/2009/10/saturday-afternoon-session-in-mick.html photos of the 2009 festival
http://athgarvan.livejournal.com Online blog of Michael Kavanagh, born in Athgarvan, known to many in Ballymore Eustace
and his even more famous sister-in-law Maire http://faighte.livejournal.com
Brian Byrne’s brilliant Kilcullen Blog is http://kilcullenbridge.blogspot.com