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What Our Visitors Say

Irish Garden Bird Survey

Irish Garden Bird Survey

If you’ve been to Brigit’s Garden you will be aware of the friendly robin who lives beside the Café. He’ll be top of our list when it comes to the…
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What is Forest Bathing?

What is Forest Bathing?

Forest Bathing is based on the Japanese practice of “Shinrin Yoku”. It is a multi-sensorial, nature mindfulness experience that uses grounding exercises to connect with nature leaving you refreshed and…
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Global Citizenship Education

Global Goals Education Programme

They say that you can’t understand someone until you’ve walked a mile in their shoes… perhaps even a kilometre will do it. A kilometre is the length of trail that skirts around the boundaries of…
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Lughnasa Traditions

Lughnasa is the traditional festival at the beginning of August that marks the transition from summer to harvest, as the vibrant green hues of June and July begin to give…
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Meadowsweet

July Herb of the Month: Meadowsweet

The vanilla-almond scent of meadowsweet fills the air this month and her creamy white, frothy flowers polka-dot fields and hedgerows. Known also as Queen of the Meadow, she is a…
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Daisy – Nóinín

Do you recall sitting in the grass as a child making a Slabhra Sí (Fairy Chain) from these beautiful little flowers? Maybe you pulled each petal off and recited “he…
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Apple Blossom

Did you know that apples and roses come from the same family? Perhaps not surprising when you see the beautiful, spirit-lifting flower- the apple blossom- that appears on the apple…
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