First on the left refers to our Celtic roots and on the right is a list of 278 men from Leitrim who lost their lives during the first world war.

The middle set of banners refer to the charter granted by King James1 to Carrick – on –Shannon which meant they  could send two members to parliament. On the left is in recognition of the great Famine 1845-1850 and the workhouses which opened in 1841 in Carrick-on-Shannon.

The banners on the right depicts the post famine period of the Home Rule and Land League founded in 1870. This was a constitutional movement seeking domestic self-government and was founded by Isaac Butt, a prominent unionist lawyer interested in land reform.