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. COMPETITIONS BOOKLET SEE BELOW.
Brown Bread Baking Competition 2022 –
National Brown Bread Competition 2022 Following numerous conversations and enquiries from members around the Federations we are delighted to announce that the NATIONAL BROWN BREAD COMPETITION was officially launched on 20th June 2022. The competition will take place ‘in person’ this year. The NATIONAL BROWN BREAD COMPETITION is a partnership between the National Ploughing Association […]
Handcrafts play an important role in keeping culture and traditions alive. Held on June 14th in Central Office, the ICA Craft Class focusing on candlewick embroidery was yet another great success. The queries are coming in about candlewick embroidery. We have recorded a brief explanatory video with many thanks to ICA Tutor Mary O’Gorman. Keep […]
Introducing Eileen, the new Finance and Operations Manager
Hi everybody! My name is Eileen Fallon. I am the newly appointed Finance and Operations Manager with the ICA. I am based in the Central office in 58 Merrion Road. I previously worked for many years in the Financial Services sector. I am very much looking forward to this new role in a smaller organisation […]