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PostPosted: Fri Sep 09, 2011 9:14 pm    Post subject: Harvest Feast Reply with quote

Outland Arts presents a Harvest Feast tomorrow in the beautiful Crom Estate, County Fermanagh.

Homegrown food, Plant & Seed swop, Garden talks -
'Edible garden and Tasty Weeds' and 'Vegetable growing in Victorian gardens'.

Kids Activities etc. etc.

From 1pm to 3 pm, September the 10th.
In the walled garden at Crom.

Signposted from Lisnaskea.
or
From the South -

From N3 (Direction Ballyshannon)
In Belturbet, turn right onto Main street - N54 (signposted Monaghan).
Continue forward onto Main Street - N54 Entering Butlers Bridge.
Continue forward onto the N54 Entering Cloverhill.
Continue forward onto Cavan Road - A3 (Northern Ireland).
Branch left, then merge onto Wattlebridge Road - B533.
Continue forward onto Wattlebridge Road - B533 entering Newtownbutler.
At mini-roundabout turn left (signposted Crom).
At cross roads continue forward.
Turn left onto Crom Estate Road.
Drive on through gates of Crom Estate, past welcome hut and straight on. At Castle and stable yard turn right and left alongside building.
Straight over white bridge towards walled garden on right hand side.

See ya there,
Rachel

( ps. there is a marquee in case the heavens open Smile )

Also check out the National Trust website for Crom if you want to see what 2000 acres of a conservation area looks like.

R
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