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There were all sorts of happy campers, young and old, at St Crispin’s Cell on Saturday afternoon for three hours of fun & games and, hey, a little history.
Organised by those hardy bucks at Greystones Tidy Towns, the talk covered the history of this local landmark, built around 1530.
The mighty Marie McCooey was there to impart some wisdom, along with some local anoraks, with rogue Captain Tarrant’s neighbouring farmhouse also coming under scrutiny.
For the kids, there was an art competition. For the old folk, chairs.
Luckily, young John McGowan made it down to capture all the mellow action on a blissfully sunny Saturday afternoon.
You can view John McGowan’s full gallery of shots from the day right here, and find out more about St Crispin’s Cell right about here.