The Southern District comprises of towers in Cork, Limerick, Waterford and Kilkenny.
The towers in Cork are St. Fin Barre's Cathedral in Cork city, St Mary Doneraile just off the N20 main road to Limerick. In the west of Cork there are three towers, Bandon about 20 miles from Cork city, Rosscarbery about another 20 miles along the same road and Skibbereen which is about another 10 miles further.
In Limerick there are two towers, Mt St Alphonsus which is on the South side of the city centre and St Mary's Cathedral which is on Kings Island, the medeival quarter, in the city centre.
There is one tower in Waterford, Christ Church Cathedral, which is in the city centre just off the quays, and one tower in Kilkenny St Canice's Cathedral which is in the city centre.
Arrangements to visit each can be made directly to the tower secretaries, the contact details for each will be on the tower page or alternatively you can contact the District Secretary through this link:
Southern District Secretary:
All contact details will also be on the Contacts page available here or through the main menu.
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Christ Church Cathedral Waterford. "Joy Bells"
Photography by Harry Reid.
On March 19th Dr. Mary McAleese, former President of Ireland, preach in Christ Church Cathedral Waterford at 10am and launch the ‘Joy Bells’ of Waterford following the service at 11am
Mary McAleese preaching in Christchurch Cathedral, Waterford.
Dean Maria Jansson, Richard De Courcy & Mary McAleese
Bellringing in process
Wooden bowl presentation
Martin & Mary McAleese
Outside the South Door.