Steeped in Sligo’s Past,      Actively Securing Sligo’s Future
Archaeology, History, Natural History and Heritage Established 1945
SFC objectives are to promote interest in the environment, both natural and man-made, through lectures, guided field trips and other methods considered appropriate. The SFC’s general areas of interest are Archaeology, History, Natural History & environmental quality.  The SFC annually holds a programme of nine monthly lectures on relevant topics by individuals and national authorities, together with a selection of evening, afternoon and full day field outings. We also organize special events of our main objectives as well as participate in many events arranged by other groups and organizations. 
Flag Counter
Flag Counter
Next Lecture
Student/Unwaged Membership €20 Single Membership  €30 Family Membership €40
You can write to with your  membership intentions to Larry Mullin (Hon.Tres.)  Ballinode, Sligo. For More Details :   or Phone 086-0579511
2018 Student/Unwaged Subscription to the SFC @ €20       2018 Single Subscription to the SFC @ €30 2018 Family Subscription to the SFC @ €40 
SFC Membership

Subscribe to the SFC mailing list. Receive all our news of events, lectures etc.

* indicates required
Sligo Field Club
Ranelagh, County Roscommon
8pm Friday Sep 28th Maeve Sikora Antiquities From Co. Sligo in the National Museum
    Venue for all lectures :    8pm Sligo Institute of Technology Education Centre, IT Sligo Campus All are Welcome but €5 Charge for Non-Members
Archaeology, History, Natural History and Heritage Established 1945
2016 Sligo Field lub Events
Next Lecture
Heritage   Week   will   take   place   from   18-26   August   2018   is   a   highlight   of   Ireland’s   celebration   of   the   European   Year   of   Cultural   Heritage. This   initiative   by   the   European   Commission   and   coordinated   in   Ireland   by   the   Heritage   Council   aims   to   involve   all   citizens   in   events   that help to deepen the connection between people and heritage. We   are   exploring   this   theme   by   asking   you   to   'Share   A   Story,   Make   A   Connection'.   It   is   your   chance   to   share   heritage   stories   in   new ways,   with   new   people.   Everyone   from   young   people   to   new   arrivals   to   Ireland   to   retired   people   can   get   involved   and   share   your   stories.   We want everyone to have the chance to connect with their heritage; to enjoy, appreciate and share it.