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The Gardens  blend  ancient wisdom with contemporary design to create a place of tranquillity.

Feb 12, 2017

Ilona represents Brigit’s Garden at the Volunteer Fair

There was no better woman than Ilona, who took on the challenge of meeting and greeting potential Brigit’s Garden volunteers at the recent Volunteer Fair in Clybaun Hotel.

Over 1,000 people turned up on the day – double the numbers on last year! Isn’t that a great reflection of the people of Ireland who illustrate how willing and able they are to roll up their sleeves and get involved in their local community?

Ilona met some really fantastic people who we have no doubt will play a valuable role in Brigit’s Garden success in the near future. Throughout the year, we rely on our volunteers to keep us going.  They do everything from sowing seeds and raking leaves to painting faces and entertaining guests! We couldn't do it without them and we appreciate each and every person who comes to Brigit's Garden to help.

If you think you could be persuaded to try your hand at volunteering at Brigit’s Garden, then we would welcome any assistance. Here are some of the roles that may be of interest to you.

Volunteer Type Details
Garden Volunteer General gardening Thursdays  10am-12.30pm
Special Event Volunteer See events calendar for upcoming events
Summer Camp Volunteer Group leader’s assistant
Reception Volunteer Half a day per week to greet visitors

We reimburse all volunteers' expenses and provide refreshments while here. If you're interested in getting involved at Brigit's Garden, we would love to hear from you! Give us a ring at 091 550905 or email us at info@BrigitsGarden.ie


The pilgrims absolutely loved being at the garden and got a great deal from the workshop. It provided a good foundation for the rest of the trip and was one of the highlights of the pilgrimage. Thank you so much. JC tours

 

There is no better or more powerful place to step into the pilgrimage energy, to sink into the rhythms and cycles of the Earth as we begin to explore the rhythms and cycles of our own lives. The setting, the gracious and welcoming people, the Roundhouse and the fabulous food are a delightful dance of the senses for all who visit. Judith Nilan, Stonefire Tours


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