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Recently On The Blog:
- Remember The Skerries Mills Garden Group visit ? I updated the links to photgraphs taken on the day. Some really great ones by Jennifer Farley and Anthony McGuinness.
- I was talking pergolas last week on the garden podcast – Séan sent me some links to his images of his own pergola – and reminded me why they should be built very strong.
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This Weeks Oddities:
The Early Days of the Dublin – Drogheda Railway Our speaker, Rev. Dr. Norman Gamble, a rail enthusiast, has studied the minute books of the railway company. His talk will cover the planning, construction and first four years operation of the railway. Wednesday 9th March in the Presbyterian Church Hall, Dublin Road at 8 pm. All welcome. Parking available.
The 19th Century Celtic revival and Celtic cross tombstones in Glasnevin Cemetry by Dr. Peter Harbison in Fingal Local Studies & Archives, Clonmel House, Forster Way, Swords, on Wednesday 2nd March at 7.30 pm. Admission free. Tel. 8704486
If Maps Could Talk by Richard Kirwan former Director of the Ordnance Survey of Ireland. The talk is taking place on Wed 30th March at 7pm in Rush Library. The event is free to all, but it is important to book a place. You can do so by calling 01-8708414
- @pamille Average human eats 450g of insects a year jrnl.ie/89505
- @farmersimonk @DoneganGardens If you can grow your own, you can slap 4 planks together for a raised bed.
- @lightnessalwaysI just refuse 2 watch or read anything that is negative.. if ppl think I’m putting my head in the sand so be it !!
- @darraghdoyle Spotted on a wall on Chatham Street, Dublin 2 http://twitpic.com/42yy6m
Recorded at the Fingal Folk Club, what a nice way to end the podcast…. this will be playing over the weekend whilst I sit on the lawn on Sunday and have a cup of tea with my daughter