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Irish Genealogy and Finding Places.

Since my last post the autumn has hit us with a bang!  Literally!  We had a thunderstorm on Wednesday of last week (8th October). The storm lasted the whole afternoon and our internet connection went!   987 more words


Review: Pride in local food from Sage Restaurant in Midleton

Tucked away off Main Street in Midleton is a restaurant that prides itself on sourcing local food from within a 12 Mile radius.

A party of three, we headed in from the rain for a meal that we hoped would give us the burst of energy that we so desperately needed. 384 more words


Ballymaloe Day 21: Back on the ranch!

The bottle is a murky shade of green, it looks like it’s been hiding in the dark for quite a long time and in truth it has. 352 more words


Ballymaloe Day 6: No rest for the wicked

Jealous of my housemates’ lie in, I pulled myself out of bed at 6am to prepare for a day at the Farmers Market in Midleton. 305 more words


Heritage Week 2014 Closing Tour.


Thankfully the weather gods were in a reasonable mood today and restrained the rain/drizzle until the end of the tour.  We had over sixteen people on the tour and that was a very comfortable number which allowed us to create a corridor on the pavement to let other pedestrians through. 175 more words


The boys are back in town

First published in MUDL Magazine (September 2014 edition).

I find it difficult to believe, in moments when I reflect on it, that until this year we did not have access locally to one of the most prominent whiskey styles in the history of the drink. 540 more words


Historical Walking Tour of Midleton, Sunday, 31st August @ 3.00 pm.

If you hadn’t noticed by now, Ireland is celebrating National Heritage Week 2014 from Saturday 23rd August to Sunday 31st August.  There were only three events registered for Midleton during this week.   303 more words