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Welcome to Finbarr O’Neill Ltd

Supplying Irish Stone since 1975

Welcome to Finbarr O’Neill Ltd, a family run company located in Co. Cork, Southern Ireland, supplying Irish Stone, Readymix, Natural Stone Aggregates, Construction Materials, Quarry Materials & Precast Products.

At Finbarr O’Neill we manufacture and distribute the finest quality sandstone plum slate and decorative stone.

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Very helpful staff. Not expensive either for building products. They are very civic minded here. They support a lot of local events and charities.

-Brian Deasy

 

Always very reliable & prompt with deliveries.

– Paul O’Sullivan

 

Great selection of products.

– John Hennessy

 

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Did you know silent night was performed for the first time 200 years ago? In the winter of 1818 at St. Nicholas’ Church at Obendorf, Austria, Joseph Mohr, the assistant to the priest, faced a dilemma. It was just days before Christmas, and the church organ, which was so important to providing music for the Christmas services, was broken. Since the organ repairman was not a local of the village it would actually be months before the repair could be made, and Christmas would be long past.

His solution to the problem of the broken organ resulted in one of the most popular Christmas carols of all time. In 1816 Mohr had written a simple poem that the villagers could understand expressing the wonder of the birth of Jesus. He asked his friend Franz Gruber who was the organist at St. Nicholas to write music to accompany his poem so that they could sing it together using a guitar to accompany their singing.

They first performed their newly composed Christmas carol at the Christmas Eve midnight service on December 24, 1818.
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