Daily Archives: 21st October 2015

Witchs Hill

Our artist of the month of Nov is Tina Quinn, her launch is on the 6th and there will be cheese, wine and music by Izzy Quinn

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Witch’s Hill

And on to the next job, call into us this Saturday for a mask making workshop from 11am to 12pm….

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Loughcrew Gardens & Coffee Shop

We will be open in the evenings for the duration of The Gates of Hell, offering hot food and drinks to keep you warm smile emoticon

TC Racing – Oldcastle Cycling Club

Great nights Owl League training, well done all and thanks to Jonny Mc for putting us through a hard nights training.

TC Racing - Oldcastle Cycling Club's photo.
TC Racing - Oldcastle Cycling Club's photo.
TC Racing - Oldcastle Cycling Club's photo.
TC Racing - Oldcastle Cycling Club's photo.

Ballinacree Community Association shared a page.

Great new local Educational service, well worth checking The Study Hub out

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THE STUDY HUB's photo.
THE STUDY HUB

Tullynally Castle Gardens Castlepollard

Raise your Spirits this weekend with a little Exorcise on the Tullynally Terror Trails spook walks. Book now on www.directingtourism.ie before its too late……..

Tullynally Castle Gardens Castlepollard's photo.

Spirits of Meath Halloween Festival shared The Haunted Hotel’s photo.

Are you brave enough to enter the Gates of Hell at the The Haunted Hotel– located at Loughcrew ……………………..

The Haunted Hotel's photo.
The Haunted Hotel

16 hrs ·

Only 3 days to opening
Don’t miss it. Book now

www.hauntedhotel.ie

Spirits of Meath Halloween Festival shared Irish Medieval History’s photo.

Halloween Began in County Meath – its a fact ! read this interesting article from Irish Medieval History – The re-enactment of the first Samhain Festival of Fire takes place as part of the Spirits of Meath Halloween Festival on Saturday 31st October – Meet at 7.30pm on the Fair green in Athboy, Co. Meath.

Irish Medieval History's photo.
Irish Medieval History

Halloween series – scary but true – the birthplace of Halloween. In the summer of 2014 archaeologists from University College Dublin began excavations at Tlacht

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