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The sensory garden

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It’s easy to think of a garden as something you just look at or look after – and with our west of Ireland weather that can be the case all too often. A garden can do so much more for you than just enhance your home and look smart – if planned carefully it can bring you so many benefits and enhance your well-being by appealing to all five of the senses – this is what we call a sensory garden and thinking about the garden this way and incorporating elements that appeal to the senses can help you to get the very best from this valuable space.

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The Court Yard Hotel - the ultimate location for family fun

The four star Court Yard Hotel is situated in the colourful heritage town of Leixlip, Co Kildare. Steeped in history, the hotel is built on the original site where Arthur Guinness created his brewing empire.

Common sense must prevail in Greenway development, says Ó Cuív

Fianna Fáil Spokesperson on Regional, Rural, Gaeltacht and Island Affairs Éamon Ó Cuív says the Department of Transport, Tourism and Sport’s policy on greenway expansion must be reassessed so that a consistent approach can be adopted.

Volunteers wanted for traditional meadow mowing in Terryland this weekend

A wildflower meadow sown in Terryland Forest Park last year will be mown in the traditional manner on Saturday, using scythes and other hand-held implements, and volunteers are invited to go to the meadow and help with the hay-cutting and replanting.

Plans unveiled for long distance greenway around the county

By Frances Toner

Abolition of milk quotas will benefit farmers in Mayo – O’Mahony

“The abolition of milk quotas will be of huge benefit to dairy farmers in Mayo,” said Mayo Fine Gael Deputy John O’Mahony Fine. Deputy O’Mahony was speaking on Wednesday as the first day of April marked the ending of milk quotas across the European Union.

heritage grants application open

The Heritage Council has announced that €600,000 will be allocated to heritage projects under its 2015 Community-based Heritage Grants Scheme. The grants will aid in the continuing conservation and development of Irish heritage through the support of local community-based groups.

Mayo Organic Group meeting

The first of this year’s Mayo Organic Group meetings will take place on Thursday January 15 at 8pm in Mayo Abbey Community Centre. This year is the UN Year of the Soil, so the group will start the year with a talk on soil.

Galway Harbour receives first shipment of logs in history of port

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The tides have started to turn at Galway Harbour as Murray Timber Group last week received the first shipment of logs ever recorded in the history of the docks.


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