The Society is a member of the Federation of Local History Societies

Founded in 2006 with an inaugural lecture 'The Humours of Donnybrook'

by Dr Séamus Ó Maitiú.

The aim of the voluntarily organised Ballsbridge, Donnybrook and Sandymount Historical Society is to arrange lectures and events and to foster an interest in the local history of the neighbourhoods. The society continues to do so producing, for a few years, a published annual record and providing online lectures during the lockdown periods of Covid. Some of these recorded lectures are still available on this website on the archive page.

Welcome to Ballsbridge, Donnybrook and Sandymount Historical Society bdshistsoc@gmail.com

 


Our lunchtime lectures are held in conjunction with Pembroke Library.

They are  free to attend and open to all.  Booking is required via Pembroke Library:  pembrokelibrary@dublincity.ie / 01 222 8450 (please note new telephone number)

The society also arranges walks, visits and tours of sites of interest and our, very social,

Annual General Meeting of members.

The Society is always happy to welcome new members and happy to discuss suggestions for talks and events. 

To avail of these  exclusive events please become a member by email bdshistsoc@gmail.com. Membership is €15 for individuals and €20 for families per annum and

can be paid directly to the bank or by leaving it into the Pembroke Library.

 

 

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