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The Irish Countrywomen’s Association bring together both rural and urban women and their communities in fellowship and through co-operative effort. ICA is committed to ensuring that we provide a warm welcome for new members to an organisation which offers support, friendship, personal development, education and life-long learning, having due regard for our Irish Culture and the use of the Irish Language in the affairs of Bantracht na Tuaithe. ICA, through its Advocacy work, networks with many community based initiatives and facilities located all around Ireland.

  • Anyone for drama?

    Feeling fed up and weary of the “New Normal”? Why not get together on Zoom and read some sketches and short plays? We can have a laugh and it’s great to see new faces albeit on the screen, and meet with other ICA members from around the country.   It will lift your spirits. It […]

  • Winners of extra competition announced…

    Congratulations and well done to the winners in the Extra competitions due to Covid-19. These competitions were for designing Brochures, Leaflets and Newsletters for Federations and Guilds. Winning entries as follows: -Federation Brochure …… won by Sophia Whyte, Kildallan Guild, Cavan Federation. -Guild Leaflet …… won by Margaret Lafferty, Finn Valley Guild, Donegal Federation. -Newsletter…. […]

  • ALDI National Brown Bread Competition 2020, in association with the National Ploughing Association and the Irish Countrywomen’s Association.

    ALDI National Brown Bread Competition 2020 in association with the National Ploughing Association and the Irish Countrywomen’s Association Congratulations to all the participants who took part in the Brown Bread competition this year. Due to circumstances beyond control, the competition took place in a different format to other years. The 4 finalists were: Marie McCarthy […]

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