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The Big Weekend: a view from the crowd

It was a shaky start. Finishing work at 5pm and trying to run in a pencil skirt because, of course, for the first time I’ve ever witnessed, there were… 1,500 more words

Ben Howard

St. Patrick's Cathedral and Shenanigans

For the second day in Dublin, I had my first ‘orientation’ class, and my professor introduced a new blog for us. So, on top of this blog, I have to blog on the other one every we are in ‘school’. 498 more words

Study Abroad UK 2015

Bulmers - Live Colourful

I’ve recently painted a couple of pubs for Bulmers for their summer campaign #LiveColourful, the colours are based on the bottles of their 5 flavours, this one’s at Bedford St bar in Leamington.


Fan of Bulmers?

A lot of my friends are cider puritanists- the type that have a favourite local cider and think that anything that is mass produced loses its charm and is not a good cider- I’m certainly not one of those. 172 more words


Forbidden Fruit Festival

Bulmers Forbidden Fruit Festival

Early-bird tickets for the Dublin event of the summer are now on sale for €99:50 from Ticketmaster

The sumptuous grounds of the Irish Museum of Modern Art, Royal Hospital Kilmainham is the perfect setting this June bank holiday for a modern day Garden of Eden, a gate-way to Forbidden Fruit.   113 more words


Where the Cider Apples Grow

One of the pleasures of living in Hereford is the sweet aroma of apples that often fills the air. When Herefordians aren’t growing cattle, they are growing apples. 885 more words


Clonmel 1650

Brewed by Bulmers Ireland Clonmel 1650 is named after one of the most historic events of the town of Clonmel, The Siege of Clonmel. This pilsner style lager celebrates the resilient spirit of the people and demonstrates the strong ties that the brewery has to the small Irish town where it all began in Clonmel, County Tipperary, Ireland. 138 more words

The Flat Cap