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Fancy Fancy Dress?

Fancy that!

Sunday, July 5th, 12pm - 4pm: Join the fun and dress as you whatever you like... street urchin, chimney sweep, the unknown or the famous, a Roman soldier, Cleopatra, Long John Silver, Mad hatter, any time, any person..

Arrive by carriage, by rickshaw, with you wish.


Left, Look at them! Entrants ELIMINATED for arriving at the Festival in an overloaded vehicle while under the influence of FANCY DRESS FUN! And will you look at yer wan in the hat... Disgraceful you know, making a show of themselves like that... And not a road-tax disk to be seen, covered as it is by that hussy...

Prizes include:-


  • Prize 1 here

  • Prize 2 here

  • Prize 3 here

  • Prize 4 here


Judges will be roaming incognito to select the winners.

Prizes will be presented on site around 5.30pm

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“A society grows great when old men plant trees, under whose shade they know they shall never sit”. - Greek proverb.

“Green fingers are the extension of a verdant heart” --Russell Page.

“Maireann an crann ar an bhfál ach ní mhaireann an lámh a chuir”. --Seanfhocal

“Not that I want to be a god or a hero. Just to change into a tree, grow for ages, not hurt anyone”. --Czeslaw Milosz - ‘Longing’

The first three letters of the ancient Irish Ogam alphabet were not A, B, C but B, L, N. Every letter of Ogam had a word associated with it, and many of these words were tree-names.

B was known as Beithe ‘Birch’, L as Luis ‘Rowan’, and N as Nin ‘Ash’. The whole alphabet was often called Beithe Luis Nin.

The letters were termed feda ‘trees’, and a single letter-score was called flesc ‘twig’. The Modern Irish word for ‘hyphen’ is fleiscín.--Seanchas.