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January 2019

Greystones Harbour Sea Scouts

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Greystones Harbour Sea Scout Group (18th Wicklow) encourages the social, physical, intellectual, character, emotional and spiritual development of young people through a progressive method of self-education known as the Scout Method. This involves engagement in adventurous fun and exciting outdoor activities.

Some of the activities offered to the young people who are members of our Sea Scout Groups include sailing, rowing, boating, rafting, canoeing, kayaking, hiking, camping and many more other great activities.

Scout Den, Beach Road, Greystones, Co Wicklow

 

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Burnaby Lounge

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First of all if you got to Greystones without the cliff walk now is the time to go walk the cliff from here to Bray and catch the DART coming back to Greystones! Now regardless of how you got here The Burnaby is the place to be.  This is a great pub and is great to have a pint whilst watching sports.

The service is great, cleanliness very good, but most importantly the food is excellent!  There is a lovely ambiance and food is served all day. The service attention is great too. If you ever go to Greystones, this is a must.

Church Road, Greystones

A look inside the Burnaby through 3D

Phone (01) 287 4015

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Open Air movie Night & Camping – 7th September 2019

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GAA presents Lego 2 – The Movie

Eire Og, Greystones Movie and Camping night is back! This year, the popular family film LEGO 2 will be on the big screen on Saturday, 7 September.

As well as the option to camp overnight on our spacious grounds there will be children’s activities, food stalls and lots of fun! What a way to end the Summer!

It all kicks off from about 5pm with the film starting at 7:30pm. You can bring food with you and adults can even bring a tipple if they so fancy.

Cost: Tickets are just 7 euro for the film only, family camping passes (which includes entry to the film) are just 30 euro.

What to bring: You’ll need to bring your own tents, sleeping bags etc, if camping. If you want to watch the movie sitting down, you’ll need to bring a chair, stool or blanket.

 

 

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La Touche Legacy Conference – 13th & 14th September

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The 31st La Touche Legacy Seminar and 6th Festival of History will take place over the 13th & 14th September in the very historic surroundings of Greystones Golf Club.  The Seminar will once again be running in conjunction with the Greystones Archaeological & Historic Society.  All are welcome.  Full programme details will be listed shortly.

Phone 2875678

Culture Night at the Whale Theatre – 20th September, 2019

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The magnificent Whale Theatre in Greystones plays host for culture night to a wonderful evenings entertainment entitled Wicklow Voices.  Curated by Aideen Walton, an evening of talks, imagery, performance and music awaits and it is all free.

6.30pm: A fascinating photographic exploration and talk on the Famine, ‘The Landscape as Witness’ by Seán Laoide Kemp, followed by ‘Snapshots of Greystones’, an entertaining narrative history with readings, slides and song with Rosemary RaughterGreystones Players and the enchanting voice of Jade Phoenix.

7.45pm: Join or simply watch Making Waves Youth Theatre’s dynamic open drama workshop facilitated by Ciarán Coogan, then make up a team for Fourfront Games’ launch of their exciting new Portable Escape Room.

8.45pm: The best of Wicklow’s young music talent, including Music Generation’s Elevation Project performance of their collaborative compositions followed by the phenomenal multi-instrumentalist, singer/songwriter Nicolaas Walle.

         

Phone: (01) 201 0550

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