Search Results for 'Stone'

12 results found.

Motorists urged to 'Watch out for chips' as surface dressing and strengthening gets under way

image preview

A 'Watch out for chips' warning has gone out to drivers in Mayo as an €18.8m million roads surface dressing and strengthening programme gets under way.

Most windscreen damage caused by stones and gravel

New statistics from Allianz Insurance reveals that 5,061 windscreen and body glass claims were made in 2016. The vast majority (86 per cent) of claims were made for windscreen damage, while nine per cent were for body glass and a small portion (four per cent) of claims were based on rear glass damage.

Keep the election posters close at hand

image preview

As the dust settles on Election 2016, we have a political landscape unlike any seen since the 1950s. The days of the two and a half party system ended in 2011, but further fragmentation of the political landscape sees seven parties and a large number of Independents occupy the 32nd Dáil.

More and more people turn to revolutionary new roofing system

Launch of new guide to Irish stone circles

A NEW book on stone circles in Ireland will be launched this evening at 6pm, by filmmaker, writer, and photographer Bob Quinn, in Charlie Byrne’s Bookshop, Middle Street.

The Stone to premier at Watergate Theatre

A haunting new musical which tells the story of a Kilkenny woman accused of witchcraft is about to open at The Watergate theatre, a moving production which will have theatre-goers on the edge of their seats and afraid to venture into the dark.

Inis Oírr to host weekend workshop on dry stone walling

image preview

A workshop on dry stone walling will take place in Inis Oírr next month.

A design spectacular on Circular Road

image preview

This wonderful five bedroom family home (c4,500sq ft) is located on the edge of the city and has views over Galway Bay and the city.

Have a bounce on the Poulnabrone Bouncy Dolmen

image preview

Dolmens are ancient portal stone burial sites found throughout Ireland, Britain, and Brittany and are places of archaeological and spiritual importance - but are they really places to have fun?

Creative stone carving course at Castlecomer discovery park

A weekend course in stone carving will take place on May 8 and 9 in the lovely setting of the Castlecomer Estate Yard. The instructors will be stonecarver Aileen-Anne Brannigan and sculptor Alan Counihan.

  • 1 (current)
  • 2
 

Page generated in 0.0447 seconds.