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Christmas in Dublin

The lights are on in Grafton Street, the decorations are up and it’s so sharply cold out already and Santa is on his little old way. 295 more words


The business of gardens

  A couple of weekends ago, about forty garden people travelled from all over Ireland to Baltimore in west Cork. Some, such as Gerry Daly from the Irish Garden magazine, and myself, were members of the garden media, but most were those who open their gardens to the public. 975 more words


Oh what to do this weekend

Hey Hey,

Hope ye all unreal and loving fab friday.

So had quick snoop around of whats happening around this weekend and apart from EP and any sports theres still loads going on. 279 more words


Quick Overview of Heritage Week

Hey all guys and gals,

Hope ye all had a lovely weekend. Weather was a bit hormonal as usual. So today saw the end of National Heritage Week which ran from the 22 till today the 30th of August. 269 more words


#womenofdublin - putting them on the map

The Womens’ Museum of Ireland has launched a new initiative, highlighting the sites around Dublin, relating to women through history.

The movement hopes to highlight the need to preserve and recognise these sites and will publish a phyiscal map for those touring the city. 156 more words


A walk around Limerick's boardwalk.

Brightening up the river with their white plumage, the swans are very much part of the Shannon as it flows through Limerick on its way to the wild Atlantic. 113 more words


Deirdre na nDolais

My newest pattern designed for an Irish Tourism workshop, is designed using A life in the Long Grass merino fingering weight yarn in a custom colour known as Red Rust. 268 more words