A Hoy There Cork!

We are currently working with the team at The Hidden Story to create a new exhibition for March 2017 that will explore the maritime history of our wonderful city and the important role that both Cork Harbour and the River Lee have played in shaping its character.

One of the walls in our exhibition is dedicated to the People of Cork. We want this to be an exhibition ‘OF THE CITY, FROM THE CITY’ and so we are calling on YOU to donate any documents or artifacts you have that might tie in with our nautical theme.

Whether it’s a letter from a sailor to his sweetheart, an old map or photograph, an advertisement for one of the Merchant Princes, a menu from the Titanic or Lusitania, a telegram, a ticket or a straight-up maritime oddity … if it connects Cork and the sea we would love to hear from you AS SOON AS POSSIBLE.

The exhibition opens in March and we wouldn’t want you to miss the boat!

So please get in touch with us at corkexpo@gmail.com or (021) 427 8187, tell us what you have and we’ll aim to include it in our Nautical Wall

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