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17 hours ago

Snapshot of #Wicklow 🎥
Enjoy 60 seconds packed full of amazing sights! How many have you visited?

Creator: Dermot Larkin @llarkind (IG) - thank you Dermot 😊

#VisitWicklow #KeepDiscovering
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Want to go back!

Stunning ❤️

3 days ago

The Car Boot Art Fair at Russborough House and Park is back, this Sunday 19th September!

Join some of our most celebrated artists at this part art-fair, part car-boot sale, always-lively fundraiser for Russborough.

Engage with the artists and their art informally, and enjoy the exclusive opportunity to pick up a temptingly affordable piece.

Tickets and more info - bit.ly/392i32x

#irishart #artexhibition #outdoorart #rha #keepdiscovering #visitwicklow
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4 days ago

Deric Ó h'Artagáin coming live from Coolakay Agricultural Heritage Centre #Enniskerry this morning!!

Deric is chatting to owner, Robert Roe who is a master ploughman and will be competing for #Wicklow in the upcoming National Ploughing Championships 🚜

The Museum is open to the public and is situated beside Powerscourt Waterfall. It shows the evolution of Irish farm life from the early 18th century up to the present day. On display at the museum is a collection of farm implements and machinery dating back to the early 1700’s which is of fascinating interest as the implements give a wonderful and accurate historical account of country life in Ireland.
More - bit.ly/CoolakayMusuem
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Deric Ó hArtagáin coming live from Coolakay Agricultural Heritage Centre #Enniskerry this morning!! 

Deric is chatting to owner, Robert Roe who is a master ploughman and will be competing for #Wicklow in the upcoming National Ploughing Championships 🚜

The Museum is open to the public and is situated beside Powerscourt Waterfall.  It shows the evolution of Irish farm life from the early 18th century up to the present day.  On display at the museum is a collection of farm implements and machinery dating back to the early 1700’s which is of fascinating interest as the implements give a wonderful and accurate historical account of country life in Ireland.
More - http://bit.ly/CoolakayMusuem

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Linda Webster Gillian Webster Louise Webster, I think we all know someone who would love this place🤗

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