Irish abroad: Where in the world is home to you?
Is ‘home’ a house, a village, a county or a country? Or is it a feeling rather than a physical place?
The theme of the St Patrick’s Festival in Ireland this year is Home. But where is ‘home’ for you?
Is “home” a house, a village, a county or a country? Or is it a feeling rather than a physical place? For some emigrants, Ireland will always be the place they call home, while for others, home is where they now live, where they have made a new life for themselves.
The theme of the St Patrick’s Festival in Ireland this year is Home, and Irish Times Abroad would like to hear from Irish people living overseas about where home is and what the word means to them.
Where in the world is 'home'?
Please send us your contributions (max 300 words) using this form, attaching a photograph of yourself if you have one. Don’t forget to tell us a little about yourself, including where you are living, how long you have been there etc.
A selection will be published on irishtimes.com before St Patrick’s Day.