Festive fundraiser for annual Bardic Festival

Goods and gifts of all kinds will be on offer, with traders from North Kerry and beyond gathering between 1.00pm and 5.00pm to sell their high quality goods. Seasonal products from more than twenty exhibitors will be available for purchase, including delicious food, stylish fashion and superior home decorations.

Entertainment from 4pm will be provided by local musicians under the tutelage of Katie McNamara Purcell, and the Kerry School of Music Children’s Choir directed by Emma Tarrant.

The great man himself, Santa Claus, will be there too from 2pm to 4pm, to meet and greet all the boys and girls in the area.

 

Walk off the turkey on the Great Southern Trail

Beginning at Tullig Wood, near the Devon Road, walkers will have a choice between taking a 5km and a 9km stroll, carrying them through the parish of Templeglantine and towards Abbeyfeale town.

Liam O’Mahony, organiser of the event, says the group have been campaigning for the development of the trail since the early 1990s.

“Walks were regular in the early years, and back in 1999 we held our first Christmas walk at Abbeyfeale,” explained Liam.

“It is an opportunity for supporters of the greenway to meet up over the Christmas period and burn off some of the Christmas pudding!