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Claregalway woman, Móna Wise swept the boards at the first ever Blog Awards Ireland event held in the Osprey Hotel, Naas, Co Kildare on Saturday night, October 13.
Taste the delights of Ireland’s wild game and fish at a ‘Gourmet Extravaganza’ in Athenry tomorrow evening in aid of Cancer Care West.
Graune Pet Farm and Play Centre, Ballyhaunis, Co Mayo is offering a 50 per cent discount on pre-booked tickets for Tuesdays and Wednesdays throughout August. Visitors must book by tomorrow to avail of this discount.
The Kiltimagh Pet Farm works hard to make your visit a fun day out for all the family. At the pet farm there is the largest range of exotic animals on any pet farm in Ireland!
The Garden Gallery & Garden Centre in Crowenstown offers something truly unique to their customers. The owners have renovated the once garden shed into a stunning art gallery filled with top quality art works, officially opened by Graham Knuttel in October 2010. Proprietor Hazel Revington-Cross is an accomplished artist herself, so it made sense to combine an art gallery with the existing garden centre, and they have been lucky to secure the works of some of Ireland’s leading artists.
Victor Dreke Cruz, who fought alongside Che Guevara in the Congo and is a veteran of the Bay of Pigs, will be speaking in Galway next week.
The ISPCA recommends that pets be brought indoors if possible during extremely cold periods. They must have somewhere dry and draught free to escape from the elements. Plenty of warm dry bedding should also be provided.
With the magical time of Christmas fast approaching, throughout November and December Graune Pet Farm and Play Centre in Mayo is being transformed into a winter wonderland.
With the magical time of Christmas fast approaching, throughout November and December Graune Pet Farm and Play Centre in Mayo is being transformed into a Winter Wonderland.
There is an old Irish saying “Briseann an dúchas trí shúile an chait,” which, loosely translated, means you can‘t deny your roots. When the Cunningham brothers were looking back through some old family photographs recently, they came across a picture of their maternal grandmother Else, taken about 1890 in Helsinki when she was a young girl. In the photograph she is in her garden posing with her trusty watering can. Over a century later her descendants are still in the garden. Her picture can be seen in the weekly advertisement for Dangan House Nurseries. Paddy and Peter Cunningham have been partners in business since the mid-1970s, initially selling their produce in the Saturday market before opening the gardens of their home to the public in the early 1980s.