Michael Donnelly Later to become a docker, Michael Donnelly joined the Irish Citizen Army at a very young age and fought against British occupation in Ireland during the 1916 uprising as part of the Stephen’s Green Battalion. In May 1920, using…

While international travel was on a go-slow during the Covid19 restrictions, attention turned to local tourism opportunities, particularly to places of natural beauty such as the North Pembrokeshire coastline. After some pandemic-related delays,…

Welcome to our audio theatrical experience! This piece takes you on an adventure, discovering Dublin Docklands and the lives that shape it. Rua and Hannah, two theatre makers from Dublin, guide you to 5 locations; Epic Museum, the Bottle Boy pub,…

A fifteen-minute drive from Fishguard/Goodwick Port Dyffryn Fernant lies at the end of a narrow lane where hedgerows are spangled with rose-red campion and cow parsley. This six-acre garden is tucked neatly into the Preseli uplands; the Irish Sea is…

This experience was created by combining 'Dublin's Deep Sea Port' Map & Guide and 'North Wall Campshires' Map & Guide, Illustrations by John D. Ruddy.Scroll down to download the walk. North Wall The North Wall is an area which stretches…

Wooden Ships and Iron-Men, just to have the chance to do it again. Climb the riggings and trim the sails, and lash the decks in stormy gales With the sun on my back and wind in my face, repairing the canvas with old hemp lace And scaling the…

This experience is based on a published town trail created as part of the Pembroke Dock Townscape Heritage Initiative and funded by Heritage Lottery, Pembrokeshire County Council, the Welsh Development Agency and the Welsh Assembly (now the Senedd).…