Posts Tagged ‘Moore Group’

Nollaig shona agus athbhliann faoi mhaise daoibh.

Moore Group and Moore Marine would like to wish all our readers, clients and friends a very Happy Christmas and a successful 2011. And in our now annual tradition here’s Chris’ Little Drummer Boy film for your Christmas viewing. And here’s last years Christmas film from the BLTP family: And for more BLTP Productions see this link – http://living4pleasurealone.blogspot.com/search/label/Bltp%20films Our office will […]


Moore Group’s new resource centre

The Moore Resource Centre is a project initiated by Moore Archaeological and Environmental Services and Moore Marine Ltd. The aim of the project is to build an open-source, membership based, comprehensive tool and source of relevant information to anyone undertaking a range of activities or projects on the Island or off the shore of Ireland. […]


Sneak preview of our new website

UPDATE: NO NEED FOR A PREVIEW OF WHAT YOU ARE LOOKING AT! Here’s a sneak preview of the splash page (draft version) for our new websites (Moore Archaeological & Environmental Services & Moore Marine), currently nearing completion over at Block5 design. We’re quite happy with it so far. I realise that this is not a groundbreaking, […]


Volvo Ocean Race

Volvo Ocean Race

The imminent arrival of the Volvo Ocean Race in Galway prompted us to place an ad in one of the local papers – the Galway Independent. Readers can follow the Irish – Chinese entry, Green Dragon (at the time of writing they’re lying in fifth place) at their website here. Here’s our in-house designed advert […]


Beer

Beer

This arrived to us via Max Nelson in Canada – we made the January/February edition of  ‘Beer’ Magazine – The USA’s ‘Newsstands #1 selling Beer Magazine‘. Thanks Max… Here’s a gratuitous scan of the Cover Girl: Here’s a snippet of the editorial from Beer ‘History 201’ – ‘The Luck of the Irish’: And a lovely […]


When Irish Eyes are Smiling

When Irish Eyes are Smiling

Via Eachtra (who have gone live with an impressive new website), we found Wordle. As Eachtra state, the words we use can say a great deal about us and we found the results interesting – a lot of earth, stone and fire, with the occasional ‘colour’ and a little ‘bragging’ (with a hint of ‘won’ […]


Bronze Age Roundhouse in Clare – Pt 2 – The Burials

Bronze Age Roundhouse in Clare - Pt 2 - The Burials

This is the second part of a three part post on excavations carried out at Barnhill, Co. Clare. The first part is here and consists of details of a Bronze Age Round house which was excavated. The third part will comprises a bibliography for further reading and is located here. This part (II) is derived […]