Fógra | Notice
Iarrtar ort d’ordú a chur i gcrích ar an suíomh faoin 7 Nollaig le do thoil má tá tú ag súil lena fháil in am don Nollaig.

Déanfaidh Siopa.ie gach iarracht orduithe na Nollag a phróiseáil chomh luath agus is féidir. Tá baol ann, áfach, nach seolfar orduithe a chuirtear i gcrích i ndiaidh an 7 Nollaig go dtí mí Eanáir.

Go raibh maith agat as do chustam.

Please ensure you complete your order on the site by 7 December if you hope to receive it before Christmas.

Siopa.ie will make every effort to process Christmas orders as quickly as possible. However, there is a risk that orders not completed by 7 December will not be shipped until January.

Thank you for your custom.
Pádraic Ó Conaire

Pádraic Ó Conaire was born in the city of Galway in 1882. He attended numerous primary schools in Galway and in County Clare, and he got his secondary schooling in Rockwell College in Tipperary and in Blackrock College in Dublin.

In 1899 he moved to London where he got a job in the civil service, and it was there that he began to write. It was in London that he met Molly McManus and they had four children together.

He returned to Ireland in 1914. He spent some time as a teacher and as an Irish language organiser for Conradh na Gaeilge, but it was with his pen that he primarily earned his living. He died in the poor ward of Richmond Hospital in Dublin in 1928.


More from Pádraic Ó Conaire