Cabinteely History – John Hinde Postcards

John Hinde postcards were produced in Cabinteely, the factory was opposite the library, now the Bank of Ireland operations centre. In 1966 they produced 32 million colour postcards. Who Was John Hinde? Born in Somerset, England in 1916, Hinde’s career in photography began during the Second World War when he worked as a civil defense…

Kissing Gate Removed From Lane To Kilbogget Park

Great to see Dún Laoghaire Rathdown County Council have removed another Kissing Gate from the lane between the N11 and Kilbogget Park Cabinteely this afternoon. They’ve added new trees and plants to the lane. Looks great! 😃

Nokia Phone Found

Nokia mobile phone found in Meadow Vale / Clonkeen Park this afternoon. Dropped into Cabinteely Garda station.

Cabinteely History 1911 – 1922

Cabinteely 1911 census: The census lists nineteen houses for Cabinteely village, nine of which are listed as uninhabited. Ninety-two people are listed as living in the village (forty-four males and forty-eight females), all except one being Roman Catholic. One house is listed as Grocery and Spirit shop, Farrells. Another Farrell is listed as a butcher….