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.
Louie Taylor Donegal, finalist in Brown Bread competition
Congratulations to Louie Taylor of Finn Valley Guild, Donegal Federation on getting through to the finals of the Aldi Brown Bread competition, the ICA is delighted that Louie is representing the association in this exciting competition. Wishing all the finalists, the best of luck in the competition on Friday 10th September 2021. 1) Martin Malone […]
Letter from National President Hilda Roche – August 2021
A Cháirde, I hope you are all enjoying some quality time with your family and friends during the summer and that you have been able to reconnect outdoors with your ICA friends. I really hope that we will be able to get back to our Guild and Federation meetings in the Autumn, with social distancing […]
Thank You Members
Fellow Members, It is hard to believe that it is just two weeks since I became the National President of ICA. Thank you to all of you for your emails, cards and messages of support and congratulations. It means a lot to me. As summer comes in, hopefully bringing fine weather and with the easing […]