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Irish Met Society Public Lecture, May 29,
1)5.30-6pm: Registration with tea/coffee.

2)6-7.30pm: Introduction then Public lecture by Dr Will Lang, Chief Meteorologist, The UK Met Office followed by questions/debate.

3)7.30 to 8pm: AGM Irish Meteorological Society.

A new committee for 2014-2015 will be elected. There are four vacancies and volunteers are invited.

The objectives of the Irish Met Society are:

The promotion of an interest in meteorology inIreland
The dissemination of meteorological knowledge, pure and applied.

Membership is open to all who have an interest in meteorology, ranging from those whose scientific speciality is meteorology or a related area to those whose work or leisure activities lead to a desire to be well informed about weather and climate.

Activities of the Irish Met Society:

The Met society hosts monthly lectures open to the public and available on www.irishmetsociety.org

We also have day, evening and weekend field-trips, seminars and outings of scientific and meteorological interest. We occasionally publish articles, newsletters etc.

We welcome and encourage both professional and public participation and debate about meteorology.

Evelyn

Evelyn Cusack

Secretary Irish Met Society.
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The Sturrall
Peter Walker a few minutes ago.
walk, Len: 9.1km, Climb: 268m, Area: Donegal Islands (Ireland)

  
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Croaghavehy
Peter Walker a few minutes ago.
As prescribed by Mr Sandman. Parked at the Glengesh viewpoint (where I got to admire some quite astonishing car positi... walk, Len: 3.0km, Climb: 114m, Area: Croaghavehy, Donegal SW (Ireland) Croagh

  
Summit Comment
Great Saltee Island: Bird's Glare
simon3 less than an hour ago.
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Summit Comment
Cnoc Mordáin: Long Connemara Summer Evening
fieldoptic 4 days ago.
Though the road near L88003920 appears unfenced you will encounter a fence very soon after leaving the road. This fence extends along this back road, Bothar na Scrathóg and keeps cattle in typical...

  
Track
Awkward access to a small but rugged summit
madfrankie 9 hours ago.
Despite it's modest 405m height, Croaghacullin is not the easiest hill to climb, or indeed to find. There may be other... walk, Len: 3.9km, Climb: 255m, Area: Croaghacullin, Donegal SW (Ireland) Croa

  
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Table Mountain Loop including the Air Crash Site from 1957
Tobi 18 hours ago.
A beautiful loop walk taking in Sugarloaf, Lobawn, Table Mountain West Top and Table Mountain. From Table Mountain, in... walk, Len: 17.5km, Climb: 672m, Area: Sugarloaf, Dublin/Wicklow (Ireland) Sug

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Corranabinnia Horseshoe
Peter Walker 2 days ago.
There are plenty of good reasons for the discerning hillwalker to make haste to the Nephin Beg range out in the west, ... walk, Len: 15.9km, Climb: 1028m, Area: Bengorm, North Mayo (Ireland) Bengorm,

  
Forum: General
Object to very high windfarm in Sperrins?
simon3 2 days ago.
Mountaineering Ireland is considering submitting an objection to a revised application for the Doraville Wind Farm in the Sperrins, on the grounds of visual impact and detraction from the walking/...

  
Summit Comment
Cnoc Lios Uachtair: Connemara in the round
fieldoptic 4 days ago.
An easy to access and navigate hill, well worth it for its central position and views in every direction. Park as previously suggested at L8530 4820 and head north east before swinging north. The ...

Track
Near Glendoo Mountain, Dublin/Wicklow (Ireland)
Tobi 2 days ago.
walk, Len: 18.2km, Climb: 625m, Area: Glendoo Mountain, Dublin/Wicklow (Ireland...

  
Summit Comment
Ballinacorbeg: Worth a brief visit
Bunsen7 a week ago.
Pleasantly surprised by this, could clearly see Lugnaquilla and Croaghanmoira, as well as numerous other summits, slightly awkward entry into the fields just west of the forest which don't appear ...

  
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Glendalough Larger Loop
t.prewitz 2 days ago.
walk, Len: 24.6km, Climb: 828m, Area: Camaderry South East Top, Dublin/Wicklow ...


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