Naas Local History Group is the local history group for Naas town and surrounding areas. Naas, or, An Nás, was once a meeting place for the Kings of Leinster during the early medieval period and became an important town in the later middle ages. It is now the administrative capital of County Kildare.
Naas Local History Group was founded in 1984 with a mission to record and present the rich and colourful story of the town.
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