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Love Lannagh adventure festival was a huge success

Love Lannagh, the county’s newest adventure festival, has been deemed a huge success by organisers, after more than 2,000 people attended the event on Saturday April 24, at Lough Lannagh in Castlebar.

McCambridge’s food and wine bonanza showcases a feast of indigenous suppliers

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Two words could aptly describe the ambience at the McCambridge food and wine fair on Thursday November 22 - professionalism and loyalty. Both of these elements were detectable from the moment the crowds entered the main hall of the Salthill Hotel - where the fair was held - and they were integral to the success of the event.

River Corrib midsummer fete – the perfect family day out

COPE Galway is hosting its first midsummer fete down by the River Corrib in the grounds of NUI Galway on Sunday from 1pm to 6pm. Entry to the fete is free and it will be a great afternoon for families with lots of fun activities.

Enjoy a day out and help COPE

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COPE Galway will hold its first midsummer fete by the River Corrib in the grounds of NUI Galway on Sunday July 24 from 1pm-6pm. Entry to this action packed family event is free.

A magical Winter Fair for Belvedere

Enjoy one of the Midlands’ largest Christmas fairs next weekend in Belvedere House and Gardens. This free event will run from Friday November 19 to Sunday November 21.

Four-in-a-row success for Knockdrinna Cheese

Kilkenny’s Knockdrinna Farmhouse Cheese has once again cemented its reputation as one of the country’s leading artisan food producers, securing another prestigious award.

The Abbeyglen Castle for a truly memorable Valentine’s weekend

The Abbeyglen Castle Hotel is located on the aptly named Sky Road overlooking the quaint alpine-like village of Clifden, Connemara. It is nestled in the romantic setting of the Twelve Bens with beautiful views overlooking Clifden Bay.

Creating a splash in Mayo, the Midlands, and the Med

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Deciding where to chill out has become something of a national pastime in Ireland. Long days at work and even longer spells of rain have led us to seek our solace in the arms of the hospitality industry.


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