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Join us for a breakfast morning with a difference as we showcase some beautiful bikes at the front of Wells House.
Since the earliest settlers in Ireland, catching fish has been essential. A common method of capture was trapping in stake weirs.
These classes will cover the basis for combat with the Longsword as documented in the German tradition dating from the 14th century to the 16th century.
This course is designed to introduce the participant to the various types of dry-laid walls that we have in Ireland. From different types of stone to different types of walls, participants will lea
Participants will be shown the processes involved in producing hand-dipped tapered candles with 100% cotton wicks. These will be 16-19 cm long.
Our communities are steeped in heritage and full to the brim with talent so join us in celebrating our communities with a fun-filled day of culture for all the family and enjoy a scrumptious barbec
The 5th Wexford Documentary Film Festival is currently looking for submissions from artists and filmmakers; there are different categories for submissions:
This course involves the building of mortared walls using lime, from setting foundations to cutting corner capping stones to mixing lime, pointing of stone and after care.