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Celtic Woodturning Experience at Bluebell Lane Glamping

Bluebell Lane, 49 Tullymacreeve Road, Mullaghbawn, Newry, Down, BT35 9RE
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In the shadow of the heather clad Slieve Gullion mountain, in a land of myths and legends lies Bluebell Lane Glamping and the home of woodturner, storyteller and musician Padraig Carragher. In a restored centuries old mill Padraig demonstrates the ancient craft of woodturning to create a Celtic Pendant, a craft inherited from our Neolithic ancestors dating back 3,000 years. Using locally sourced native trees from his 26 acre private woodland learn how to use the lathe, sand and polish to create your very own Celtic Pendant. Your birth month is translated into Ogham (ancient Irish writing) and etched onto the pendant before it is laced and set in a beautiful presentation box ready to take home. No living trees are ever harmed in the making of these pieces.

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Adult£80.00 per ticket

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Opening Times

Season (4 Dec 2021 - 4 Aug 2023)
DayTimes
Monday - Sunday10:00 - 13:00

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