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Supporting excluded, vulnerable and isolated Irish people in Britain for 60 Years.

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Support for seniors

No one should feel alone. We offer support, friendship and advocacy services.

Support for prisoners

We visit prisoners, offering compassion to them and their families and encourage fairer treatment in prisons.

Support for Irish Travellers

Advocating for the human rights of Travellers and helping to improve their situation in the criminal justice system.

The Irish Chaplaincy is the only charity supporting Irish prisoners in England and Wales. As a result of the research we’ve introduced, many prisons have rethought their approach to Travellers. We believe in a fairer more just society.

News

Archive NewsBlog
August 16, 2019

I Still Ain’t Got no Barmouth Blues

There were two impressive cycling achievements at this year’s Barmouth gathering: one of the group travelling there by bike from Liverpool (Paul Devlin: 91 miles); and somebody (me!) making a…
August 1, 2019 in Archive News, Blog

Thoughts from my Cell

I awoke in my cell having had an interesting dream in which I was in a kind of social club with my guitar (the one mentioned in the last blog)…
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July 15, 2019 in Archive Newsletters, Blog

How to Live Seven years Longer

Research has shown some interesting health benefits enjoyed by people who practice gratitude. (more…)
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June 26, 2019 in Archive News, Blog

I Would Walk 500 Miles

I was worried that I was getting a bit fed up of singing ‘500 Miles’ every year in an Alpine cave. (more…)
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June 21, 2019 in Archive News, Blog, General, Older Irish People, Volunteering

St John the Baptist celebrations in Irish

The evening of June 23, St John's Eve, is the eve of celebration before the Feast Day of St John the Baptist. The bible states that John was born about…
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