The Irish Kilt Society
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The Kilt Society has a set of Interim working rules adopted at the AGM in 2004.
In Irish the name is Cumann Eadach na h-Eireann a name reflecting the wider interest
in historical dress.
To see the rules
to view PDF file
The Irish Kilt Society is a loose association of people who gathered together to
follow different interests relating to the “Irish Kilt”.
Some were historians whose interests came from the serious study of dress and the
way the nation was reflected in the dress people chose to adopt.
Others were pipers who wore the kilt as uniform and wanted to know more about the
garment in it’s Irish form.
Yet others were active in acting out history and wanted to wear garments that were
Others from the wide Irish Diaspora wanted to be able to show their “Irish identity”
in a wider Celtic Heritage by wearing a garment to reflect that uniqueness.
Some wanted to know about Tartans. And so on . . .
All are welcome and only a few rules apply:
This is a family Society and all text and images will reflect that
“Irish Identity” encompasses all who live or have links to any part of the Irish
The formal home of the Kilt Society of Ireland is now Charleville Castle, Tullamore
, Co. Offaly, on the mainland of Ireland.
Our host and new key activist (who has been a supporter for many years) is Dudley
Steward – Charleville