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Following last November’s big dig, there will be an exhibition of artefacts at St Crispin’s Cell on August 17th.
Happening as part of Wicklow’s Heritage Week, the day will feature not only goodies unearthed by David McIlreavy and the gang, but also live music and a painting competition for the little ‘uns.
Organised, as always, by the Greystones Tidy Towns gang, the day begins with the oul’ uillean pipes, followed by ballads and popular tunes by Canadh Le Cheile (led by The Cyclones’ Brian Whelan), before the exhibition itself at 3.15pm. This event is suitable for children under 12 (once Whelan keeps it clean), has partial wheelchair access and, hey, should be a grand afternoon out.
Running from 2.30pm to 4.30pm, admission is, of course, free. Which should suit most people’s budgets.
You can visit last year’s Heritage Week shindig here, and 2017’s here. You can also explore the history of St Crispin’s Cell here. You can also find out more about the above on 0863855918 or email@example.com.