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Traditionally Travellers played a vital role in an agrarian society, with niche roles as seasonal agrarian labourers, tinsmiths, Bards, poets- providing services as needed to a settled rural population.Travellers were nomadic for either part or all of the year, reflecting different family patterns and trades, but were characterised by their living in extended families.“It is at this time that Irish people decided to try this ‘dating’ thing they’d heard about on Friends,” said relationship historian Dr. “It was a curious notion to many; to meet someone, completely sober, at a pre-designated location at a specific time, with the intention of getting to know each other before deciding whether or not to move forward with a relationship.It was a complete 180 from the previous custom of pairing off with someone you went to school with or a ‘friend of a friend’ while on a night out, and staying with them for life because you weren’t sure how to break up with them without embarrassing yourself”.These roles not only provided income and status for Travellers within Irish society but also supported nomadism as an expression of identity.Travellers, like many settled people, responded to these rapid societal changes by moving in large numbers from rural areas to larger urban centres in search of work.

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