Check & Save & Download Instagram user photos and videos.List Most Popular Hashtags and Users. Recent Popular medias and share them ImgToon
  1. Homepage
  2. derrygirls

#derrygirls photos and videos on Instagram

Medias attached with hashtag: #derrygirls on Instagram

Advertisement

Derry Girls Against Borders (@derrygirlsagainstborders) Instagram Profile Photo derrygirlsagainstborders

Derry Girls Against Borders

image by Derry Girls Against Borders (@derrygirlsagainstborders) with caption : "Derry Girls Against Borders founder Tanya Mc Camphill wrote today in the Derry Journal about why we need to stand up and" - 1848104195330569122
Report Download 0 31

Derry Girls Against Borders founder Tanya Mc Camphill wrote today in the Derry Journal about why we need to stand up and be heard. "I know all of this might seem ambitious – it is. But I am always reminded of the famous quote ‘Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can bring change; because, it’s the only thing that ever has’" Read more at: https://www.derryjournal.com/news/derry-girls-against-borders-gains-traction-on-social-media-1-8604884 Read and share her story here, help us make some noise and help us @tanyamccamphill girls @derry_journal

Advertisement

MaldronHotelDerry (@maldronhotelderry) Instagram Profile Photo maldronhotelderry

MaldronHotelDerry

image by MaldronHotelDerry (@maldronhotelderry) with caption : "The next Derry Girls 🤗 Dalata Girls 
A still from our recent in house production....shows a bit of fun doesn't go a miss" - 1848088512096724384
Report Download 0 28

The next Derry Girls 🤗 Dalata Girls A still from our recent in house production....shows a bit of fun doesn't go a miss at Maldron Derry 😂 #derrygirls

Advertisement

Derry Girl(s) Shit Posts (@derrygirlshitposts) Instagram Profile Photo derrygirlshitposts

Derry Girl(s) Shit Posts

Report Download 0 13

Happy birthday to the queen, Lisa!! • • • { girls }

UTV Life (@utvlife_) Instagram Profile Photo utvlife_

UTV Life

image by UTV Life (@utvlife_) with caption : "Tonight at 8pm on #UTVLife #DerryGirls stars Saoirse-Monica Jackson and Jamie-Lee O'Donnell discuss the new series and s" - 1847947011616048070
Report Download 2 47

Tonight at 8pm on Girls stars Saoirse-Monica Jackson and Jamie-Lee O'Donnell discuss the new series and starring on stage together at the @artsoverborders .

image by @louisaharlandfan with caption : "A couple nights ago in Edinburgh 👏🏻
•
{#handmadetheatre #diandvivandrose #louisaharland #louisa #harland #derrygirls #ch"- 1847460929713804003
Report Download 0 7

A couple nights ago in Edinburgh 👏🏻 • { #derrygirls }

Derry Girls Against Borders (@derrygirlsagainstborders) Instagram Profile Photo derrygirlsagainstborders

Derry Girls Against Borders

image by Derry Girls Against Borders (@derrygirlsagainstborders) with caption : "Grainne Logue, 26 tells us growing up she "did not always understand that there was a difference when we "crossed the bo" - 1847389549355080626
Report Download 0 19

Grainne Logue, 26 tells us growing up she "did not always understand that there was a difference when we "crossed the border"." Like us Grainne is saddened by the prospect of a hard border. But are those with power listening? Help us please read and share Grainne's story. "I was lucky enough to grow up in Derry in a time where changes in NI were being made for the better. Fortunately, a hard border to the South was, for the most part, a thing of the past. I do have some memories, however, of the border checks being implemented at the time of the foot and mouth disease outbreak in 2001. The thirty-minute journey to granny's became an hour; the trips for petrol became much more difficult; and my Donegal family members found it harder to get the time to visit. These memories, along with the countless stories from my parents and grandparents about tedious and often threatening border checks before I was born, have crossed my mind a lot since the 2016 Brexit referendum. I grew up five minutes away from the border to Donegal. Though I socialised and went to school in Derry, so much of my childhood and teenage years were spent in Inishowen. Not only was my mother from there, my father's side of the family also had roots there and owned a holiday home, which we all loved. So frequent were my visits to my various family members and favourite spots, that I did not always understand that there was a difference when we "crossed the border". I live in Dublin now, and have done for eight years. I travel home at least once a month to see my family and friends. The journey is long and it is tiring. But it is, at least, uninterrupted. The thought of being stopped along the way is extremely alien to me. To imagine being checked by officials, to have to seek permission to travel freely in my own country is really very saddening. It is a threat to my identity and culture. The prospect of a hard border being introduced simply feels like a huge step backwards." girls

Derry Girls Against Borders (@derrygirlsagainstborders) Instagram Profile Photo derrygirlsagainstborders

Derry Girls Against Borders

image by Derry Girls Against Borders (@derrygirlsagainstborders) with caption : "Derry boy Gareth, 27 says "Borders are not just about the physical, it’s what they symbolise." Please read his story and" - 1847389030167504022
Report Download 0 10

Derry boy Gareth, 27 says "Borders are not just about the physical, it’s what they symbolise." Please read his story and help us by sharing this with your friends. Help us “A hard border would quite simply be disastrous for the people of Derry, Donegal and the whole of Ireland. Most of us below the age of thirty are at a stage were we have no real memory of border checks and it is not something anyone I know wishes to become acquainted with. For many Derry people popping down to Donegal to go to the beach, for a walk, or a bite to eat is part of life. Every Derry person is born with the ingrained right to a Buncrana pink and white anytime they wish. Growing up we had a holiday home in Inishowen where we spent much of our free time, the only thing that felt different about crossing the border was the requirement of punts and the better quality Tayto and Dairy Milk. Many of the happiest memories of youth were spent messing around in rural Donegal dreaming up some mad scheme. To think that a process of lengthy, likely armed checks would be placed on something which many of us take for granted would send a hugely negative message to the community. Thousands of people travel over the border daily for work, to meet friends or family or do abit of shopping and that would all become more difficult and require further planning. A border would also force further economic sanctions on a city and region that is already struggling. Many businesses in border regions are already suffering from the effects of a Brexit which hasn’t even happened yet. Companies closing, lost jobs and investments will be the reality in the event of a hard border. Derry and Donegal both benefited massively from the 2018 Irish Open in Inishowen, the whole of the North West needs to be working closer together to address our shared economic issues. Borders are not just about the physical, it’s what they symbolise. I was involved in integrated education from a very young age and have seen no better way to bring people together. girls

Derry Girls Against Borders (@derrygirlsagainstborders) Instagram Profile Photo derrygirlsagainstborders

Derry Girls Against Borders

image by Derry Girls Against Borders (@derrygirlsagainstborders) with caption : "Next up Elena Ní Dhoraidh, 22, from Ballynagalliagh/Lenamore shares her fears and concerns about threat of a hard border" - 1847279321301141929
Report Download 0 7

Next up Elena Ní Dhoraidh, 22, from Ballynagalliagh/Lenamore shares her fears and concerns about threat of a hard border and the possibly of us slipping back to the 'bad old days'. "I grew up less than 800 metres from the border in Derry and as a child was quite ignorant as to the fact there even was a border given how nonintrusive and normal crossing it was. We might drive down by old black hut beside the red cross building near Muff and be told of how it was a custom hut. The small memorial on the bridge in Coshquin for the memory of the proxy bomb victim Patsy Gillespie catches your eye every time you drive out the Buncranna Road. The works of the artist Willie Doherty documents the hidden line and the more tragic consequences of past border checkpoints and enforcements. I am only in my twenties, and I can't speak for how the manned border was like during the time of my parents/uncles/aunts/grandparents - but I have heard the stories of how intrusive, time delaying and frustrating it was for them. I now study in England, and travel back to visit family, sometimes this is via one of the Belfast airport's, but sometimes its via Dublin airport depending on whats available. The thought of further delays when coming up from the South fills me with annoyance. My travel possibly being disrupted is a minor concern - but I think more for the people who rely upon trading across the border, farmers and businesses, those who work and live in different sides. I also have family living on both sides of the border and think nothing of just going to visit them with out being questioned. Lighter points as a child was driving along certain roads and a parent saying "We are in the North....now we are in the South.....now are in the North again.." along one stretch of road. Now this raises questions of how can there be a controlled border of some kind, when many roads drop in/out of the border, fields and farm land, some houses are even split through the middle. girls

Derry Girls Against Borders (@derrygirlsagainstborders) Instagram Profile Photo derrygirlsagainstborders

Derry Girls Against Borders

image by Derry Girls Against Borders (@derrygirlsagainstborders) with caption : "Derry Boy Pd Hardy, 27 shares his fears in support of Derry Girls Against Borders.

Read his story and share - help us #" - 1847278322520149406
Report Download 0 9

Derry Boy Pd Hardy, 27 shares his fears in support of Derry Girls Against Borders. Read his story and share - help us "What does a border mean to me? It’s difficult to know where to begin. I work and live in London, but Derry will always be my home. Half of my family live in Derry. The other half? They live in Donegal - where I grew up. Any border, whether on the island of Ireland or down the Irish Sea is going to be a pain. Not just for me when I'm going home for a well needed resupply of Football Special, Dohertys Mince, Tayto and my Ma's signature home made soup, but also for my family who are crossing from Derry to Donegal and vice versa every other day. Professionally, for any film crew or film productions that happen in and around Ireland (which has seen great opportunities in recent years) a border is obviously going to change everything. Here’s how I see my industry changing with a hard border: carnets, every piece of kit will have to be accounted for, from lenses to cable ties, and itemised packing lists until the cows come home - all to get through customs (will these metaphorical cows even make it through customs?! We know the sheep won’t). Customs are already a nightmare internationally for film crew and we don’t want this nightmare on our own doorstep, every single day." girls