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Gaeltacht Thiar Thir Chonaill, paintout in Glenveagh National Park .

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Gaeltacht Thiar Thir Chonaill, paintout in Glenveagh National Park .

Time: May 25, 2019 from 11am to 3pm
Location: First cafe just off the car park, in Glenveagh.
Street: Church hill.
City/Town: Glenveagh National Park.
Phone: 0851910777
Event Type: paintout.
Organized By: deirdre shanny
Latest Activity: May 19, 2019

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This Saturdays paintout is in the fabulous grounds of Glenveagh National park as part of the Bealtaine Festival., where you have a plethora  of flora and fauna, not to mention  Italian gardens, veg gardens, walled gardens , the Glenveagh Castle its self is situated on the shores of lough Veagh and built between 1867 and 1873.

Rhododendrons are at their best at the moment , and the  orangery is brimming full of geraniums .everywhere you look, is a painting waiting to be captured.

We are meeting up in the cafe just off the car park, at 11 am and there after at 3pm.

All welcome.

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