A renovated bell, which was on a ship that sank off the Kerry coast nearly 120 years ago, will be blessed on Sunday morning.
In 1903, as it approached the Kerry coast, the Manchester Merchant trade ship caught fire, causing the captain to scuttle the ship between Inch and Rossbeigh beaches.
The captain gave the ship's bell to locals for their help during the rescue; it was subsequently placed in the church at Inch.
Last year, Inch Community Council and locals organised for the bell to be removed from the church and refurbished.
It'll be blessed following mass at Inch on Sunday morning.