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Naul GIY. Seamus Ennis Centre. Thursday March 7th

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GIY Naul, Peter Donegan

Coz there ain’t no website for The Naul. And they’re only up down over the road. And if you are into gardening, there ain’t no Ballyboughal Gardening society. Of course there could be…. have a brew on it. Ye know the numbers etc.

Anyhows straight from the garden blog, this Thursday I will be giving a talk at The Seamus Ennis Cultural Centre at The Naul GIY first monthly meet of 2013. Here’s what Denise Dunne of The Herb Garden and The Naul GIY had to say:

Next Thursday, 7th March, I am delighted to welcome Award Winning garden designer, Peter Donegan as our guest speaker. Peter will give a talk on ‘Design Trends’, and the evolution of landscape design, from the 17th century to date. Edible gardens play a large part, as they go in and out of fashion. Design trends, good and bad, seem to continually repeat themselves.

After Peter’s talk there will be some time for a Q&A, and a bit of a chat.

Peter is a local (Award Winning) garden designer and landscaper, based in Ballyboughal. http://doneganlandscaping.com/

He also presents ‘The Sod Show’, Ireland’s only gardening radio programme, and (also Award Winning!) podcast. You can listen back here. http://www.sodshow.com/

I can promise you that this will be a very enjoyable evening. Not only is Peter extremely knowledgeable, he is also a very entertaining speaker, who can paint a picture with words, and really engage an audience.

There will be a small admission fee of €3.00, to cover costs. All welcome.

Hope to see you there,

Denise

Tel/Fax: 353 (0)1 8413907
Mobile: 353 (0)87 2758896
Website: www.theherbgarden.ie
Facebook: www.facebook.com/theherbgardenireland
Twitter: www.twitter.com/the_herb_garden

The Naul GIY group meets at 7pm on the first Thursday of every month and meets usually take place at The Séamus Ennis Cultural Centre. Further details on Thursdays event and/ or getting involved with the group contact Denise Dunne.

3 Comments

  1. Sure we can hear you talking in OConnors for free !

  2. And another case for local supporting and supported by its neighbours natives and locals. Not to leave a duplicate but was lovely to see ms cooney and the keoghs team join hands. Fine words to hear from Naul GIY and The Seamus ennis.

    Name and details with Ed

  3. John C, can I ask how much a pint of your choice is in O Connors ?

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