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Reeling in the Ring of Gullion | Lúnasa Festival

12 Drumintee Road, Meigh, Newry, County Armagh, BT35 8SJ
Ring of Gullion

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This event is part of the Ring of Gullion Lúnasa Festival and will take place in the quirky cosy WW2 Nissen hut in Meigh. Bronagh from Northern Ireland Screen will share archive footage celebrating the culture and heritage of the Ring of Gullion. We will be transported back in time through the theme of summer, the beginning of the harvest, music, the showbands and dance. Afterwards we will have time for a chat to reflect on these evocative memoirs.

Suggested donation of £5 to support the conservation of the WW2 hut

Booking essential, please contact Ann on ann@xhale.biz or +44(0)78 1683 5147

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Suggested donation of £5 to support the conservation of the WW2 hut.

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Opening Times

Season (25 Aug 2024)
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Sunday19:30 - 21:00

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