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Galway Pumpkin Patch will open for its second season over Halloween. The pumpkin patch, which proved a big hit with the public last year, the first of its kind in the west of the country, is based on a farm in Ardrahan and opens for six dates this year. Adults and children can go along for a fun Halloween themed day out, which includes fancy dress, Halloween themed games, and farm animals on site, and much more.
An enterprising Galwaywoman and former journalist has decided to capitalise on the US trend of families attending a pumpkin patch to handpick their pumpkin at Halloween by setting up a pumpkin patch at her family farm in Ardrahan, in south Galway.
Last week the Achill Experience added a digital dimension to its cultural and historical attractions with the release of the Offline Tourist Tablet. Gerry Quinn, president of the Mayo Cleveland Association, who officially launched the Offline Tourist Tablet, said he “could not believe the transformation in the space of a year” and that he believes the plans for the future of the Achill Experience are “phenomenal."
The two county senior hurling semi-finals take place this Sunday at Kenny Park in an attractive double header.