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Days out when we were kids!

days out when we were kids

Days out when we were kids were simpler! It was around May every year that the A4 confirmation pack would arrive to our house by post and included in this, was the oval shaped ‘IRL’ sticker…..that little sticker for the back of the car…..and that meant we were gong on the ferry!. The following weeks were spent in a state of perpetual count

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Tayto Park re-opens April 7th 2017

tayto park

Tayto Park re-opens for it’s seventh season this Friday 7th April, just in time for the Easter holidays!  Tayto Park, Ireland’s favourite theme park and zoo located in Ashbourne Co. Meath. reopens this Friday 7th April. To celebrate the reopening, the team in Tayto Park have put together some egg-citing activities for the little ones this Easter. Visit Tayto Park on Easter

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National Tree Week

national tree week

National Tree Week encourages us to celebrate this wonderful natural resource and to educate children (and grown ups) about conservation and the impact of trees on us and our environment. It appears that Irish children have their feet firmly on the ground…but that’s not a good thing! They should be out climbing trees and having forest adventures, according to latest research.

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Pirates Cove Liffey Valley

pirates cove liffey valley

Pirates Cove Liffey Valley SC is Dublin’s ultimate indoor adventure playground! Ahoy There Mateys! Conveniently located just minutes from the m50 (exit 7), Pirates Cove activities are designed for toddlers and children up to 10 years! Featuring a giant drop slide, palm island bounce zone and an exclusively animated toddler zone, Pirates Cove has a great variety of activities to

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Dublin Zoo Oryx New Arrival

dublin zoo

Scimitar-Horned Oryx Born at Dublin Zoo! Dublin Zoo is celebrating the birth of a male scimitar-horned oryx, a species classified as extinct in the wild*. Born on 8th December 2016, the newest addition to the herd brings its total to four.   The scimitar-horned oryx was once widespread across northern Africa but due to overhunting, habitat loss and competition with domestic

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