Ecotourism in the Boyne Valley

  • February 2014
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When Ecotourism Ireland invited us along to join the new ecotourism network in Meath, we were curious but we weren’t really sure what ecotourism had to do with us. All we want to do is get out and about and have fun. But we went along for the tea and to meet the rest of

Valentine Activity on the Boyne

  • February 2014
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Valentine Activity on the Boyne When we decided to create a speed-dating event on the Boyne as a Valentine activity, people looked at us like we were mad. We are used to that. We know that love is a strange fish and it is often found in the strangest places. So let’s look at some

Traditions of Brigid in the Boyne Valley

  • February 2014
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As Storm Brigid passes over Ireland leaving a trail of demolition and floods in her wake, it got me thinking about the name of the storm and its links with the Irish female patron saint. History St Brigid, like Patrick, was a blow-in to Ireland. She started off as a Scottish slave in Louth in the