Hooked, Sligo

Just when you thought the food scene in Sligo couldn’t get any better along comes Hooked. This new venture by Anthony and Eilish Gray already has people travelling from all over the North West of Ireland to check it out.

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Seasons of Sligo 2018 Calendar

I’m very excited to give you a sneak peek of my 2018 calendar. Featuring Benbulben, Knocknarea, Mullaghmore, Cloonacool, Keash, Easkey, Rathcormac and more. You’ll only find my calendar on Etsy and there are just limited numbers available. So don’t miss out 🙂

A week of learning

It’s been a very interesting week, I’ve attended a few different training courses and lectures. I was going to write an in-depth account about each one but I’ll just give you the bones and if you are interested you can find out more by clicking the links.

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The Art of Coffee

Today I went on an introduction to becoming a Barista course – that’s barista as in the coffee not barrister as in the court (sadly). I still don’t know what I’d like to be when I ‘grow up’ so it’s nice to explore options. I tried my hand at coffee-making when we had the pop-up cafe in Coolaney and I really enjoyed it.

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South Sligo Tourism Networking Event – vital for your business

South and West Sligo, in my opinion, are hugely underrated. There are some fantastic activities, festivals, businesses, hotels, pubs and more located in the area.

It’s also home to stunning scenery, marvellous markets, wonderful walks and friendly folk.  In fact there is so much going on for locals and tourists alike.

Are you passionate about South and West Sligo? Do you have a business or product that appeals to tourists? If so the volunteers in South Sligo Tourism want to hear from you.  On Tuesday 21st November 7 p.m. in An Chroi South Sligo Enterprise Centre, Tubbercurry, Co. Sligo a networking event will take place so we can make plans to let the world know about the best kept secret in the North West of Ireland.

Don’t let your business miss out. Invest just 2 hours and make a difference forever.

What can you expect from the evening:

  1. Find out more about the project and plans for 2018
  2. How your businesses can get involved, the opportunities available which could boost your business revenue
  3. Network and find out about  tourism related products in the south and west Sligo area
  4. Collaborate to showcase your product or festival

What do you need to do?

  1. Book through Eventbrite (it’s free)
  2. Bring a business card
  3. Be ready to tell people about your business

Why not spread the word if you think of a business that would be interested in this great event.