Donnybrook Days

Most people did not have a lot in Ireland in the 1950’s but life was good, people were kind to each other, there was very little crime and the streets the children played in were safe. Children were respectful of adults, were told to be `seen and not heard’ and generally were happy with their lot, which was not a ‘lot’. Join Miriam on this nostalgic journey through the 1950's in Dublin.

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About Miriam Walsh

Miriam Walsh was born in December 1951 in Donnybrook to Joe and Mary Byrne. Her paternal grandparents were from Home Villas Donnybrook and her maternal grandparents were from Milltown. She is married to Brian, with 3 grown up children and one grandson, and is `a blow in’ in Lucan since 1975.

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