No archaeological interest?

  The past couple of weeks have been incredibly exciting in Moira demesne as a team from the Centre for Archaeological Fieldwork and Archaeology at Queen’s University Belfast. Sponsored by Lisburn and Castlereagh City Council and assisted by community volunteers of Read More …

Historical Maps

To see a larger map of the area by Taylor and Skinner 1777 click on the map above (opens in a new tab)      

Find my house

Hello Boys and girls. Do you live in or near Moira. Is your house an old one or a new one? If you look carefully in the images below you might be able to find your house. Happy hunting.  

About the author

I came to Moira as Pastor of the Baptist Church in 1995 but had lived nearby since 1991. For years I was in Moira regularly and always admired the village. I recall often passing through as a pillion passenger on my Dad’s Read More …

Welcome to Moira

This small village has had an enormous impact on social, political, religious and military life not only in Ireland but also in the United Kingdom and across the world. The village where we live, play, shop or work was once Read More …