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Bleck Cra
2012-04-17 19:08:01
Do the Nenagh Festival
Thanks to Aidan for his invitation for us to head for the Nenagh Walking Festival next month. I have praised it before but I shall again: I have been twice and it is an extremely well run but very easy going event. Round about, they are not big hills but very pretty and lovely countryside. The big thing about the Nenagh Walking Festival is the hospitality. I would go to various of these events in the year and Nenagh is ‘way up there. Defo if you can, go to it.
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