Branigan Weavers

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The ancient skill of weaving has been deeply rooted in the historical region of the Boyne Valley for several centuries. It is a craft that has been passed down from one generation of Branigans to the next, with a history of weavers that can be traced back over a century.

The rich, fertile area of the Boyne Valley, on the east coast of Ireland, is the ancestral home of the Branigan family weaving tradition. Now in its fourth generation, Branigan Weavers continue the tradition of weaving and producing woollen apparel and accessories from their mill in Drogheda, nestled along the banks of the River Boyne.