The South Hill Legacy – 1914-2022

on Friday 29th April from 20:00 at St Patrick’s Hall, Main Street, Delvin

Part of the Delvin Book Festival.

Dr. David Murphy will deliver a presentation on the “Sons of South Hill”, Chapman, Lawrences & the Great War. Brendan Broderick will deliver a presentation on South Hill and the nuns from Flanders. There will also be an exhibition of photography featuring South Hill.

Admission will be free but donations are invited towards the DSLC Sensory Garden. Refreshments will be served.

About The Organisers

This event is being organised by Delvin Book Festival

Venue Information

St Patrick's Hall

St Patrick’s Hall was built in 1832 and began life as the original village chapel. In 1918, the chapel was given a new lease of life serving as a parish hall. The hall was fully renovated in 2010 and several community groups now make full use of the facility, with regular social dances, concerts and theatrical presentations taking place.

For further information about the hall itself, please click here.

Location & Parking

St Patrick’s Hall, Main Street, Delvin, Co. Westmeath, N91 X449
A limited amount of parking is available at the door but space is tight – please park on the main street. For larger events, please follow the directions of event staff.


Please contact the event hosts.