Lusk Heritage Group have recently produced a rerun of The Story of Lusk.This beautiful little booklet was originally compiled in 1998 by the Heritage Group but has been out of print for some time. Articles in it range from the Ancient History of Lusk to the Reformation in Fingal, the 1798 rebellion, Passing the Baton from 1798 to 1921 and Lusk stories up to the 1950s.This rerun ofThe Story of Lusk was made possible with the generous support of local sponsorship and from Fingal County Council.The Lusk Heritage Group also has a second booklet available entitled Lusk Through the Ages. This dates back to 1995 when it was written by their Chairman Aidan Arnold. It is a fascinating compilation of local history and reminiscences about local people including Katie Hunt, Sean McDonnell, Aidan Corr, Henry Maxwell, Dan Sherry, Eilish Hand and many more.Twenty five years ago Aidan wrote in his introduction “History is not a precise art. We depend on past recorders and inevitably biased reminiscences. Despite that is a fascinating art which flows through time like a river. I have allowed my stories to flow from the Stone Age to the present day. Anecdotes about some of the inhabitants of Lusk are included, as I believe that history is happening around us every day. It is people, not dates and places, who shape that history.”Both books are beautifully illustrated and should bring back lots of memories to Lusk families new and old. People new to the area will find a treasure trove of fascinating information as well as gaining a lovely addition to their bookshelves.An amazing collection of videos, stories and local heritage about Lusk and Fingal can also be found on the Lusk Heritage Group website at http://luskheritage.com/The Story of Lusk and Lusk Through the Ages are available from Pat Kelly of Kelly’s Garage. They cost €6.00 each or €10.00 for both books.