Carnmoney Remembers

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This is a new Somme centenary mural in Carnmoney/Ballyduff, in memorial of the First World War and 1916 in particular. It also serves as a memorial to members of the Pride of the Hill flute band, David Lee and Kris Muckle. (It’s not clear what “Vivete in somnio” means – neither “vivete” nor “somnio” are Latin; “vivete” is Italian but “somnio” is not. Get in touch/leave a comment if you know what is intended.)
For images of Saturday’s launch, see the POTH Facebook page.
For a little information about Lee and Muckle, see the post on the previous mural in this location: Absent Friends.
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One thought on “Carnmoney Remembers

  1. Ricky 2017-04-07 / 8:12 pm

    Vivete in somnio translates to “live the dream”. It was a favourite song ( by Liverpudlian band Cast)of long standing band member and friend Kris Muckle who died as a result of a motorcycle accident in May 2007 and was played at funeral service.

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