Sligo Children’s Community Garden

If you are a regular visitor to the blog you'll know how much I like discovering new places, especially in Sligo. Well I say new, the Sligo Children's Community Garden (SCCG) has been running since 2020, it's a place where children and families can play, learn and grow. With a focus on biodiversity, sustainability and... Continue Reading →

Monday Miscellany

Ah it's that time of the week when I throw the random thoughts in my head onto the blog. Some of it's dull, some of it's mad, but you might find some of it interesting. I've decided if I was an animal I'd be an overexcited puppy. I have a tendency to be very enthusiastic... Continue Reading →

Good Friday in Sligo

Today was the annual Good Friday Clean-up with Sligo Tidy Towns. It was great to see so many volunteers of all ages turn up to lend a hand, especially as it was a cold, blustery day. We went around the town for two hours collecting all kinds of rubbish, mainly cigarette ends (put them in... Continue Reading →

Sligo Stories

The Hawk's Well Sligo Stories project has had a really enthusiastic response from the public to their call out for cuairteoiri - volunteers who will interview and record those who have stories to tell about Sligo in the early 1900s. The training event in October was a lively and informative afternoon with their visiting guest speaker, Carmel O'Dea... Continue Reading →

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