Category Archives: Places to Visit

Book Sale at Bray Library

Drop into the library on Florence Road Bray for the all day annual book sale on October 8th from 10am to 5pm. Last year I bought great books for as little as 20c each. Literature, travel, DIY, children’s books and … Continue reading

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Enniskerry Victorian Field Day

Where : Knocklinn Farm, Ballyman Road, Enniskerry, Co. Wicklow. When: 11am Sun 11th September 2011 (easy to remember) How Much: €5 per adult Dress up in your Victorian finery (you don’t have to but there are prizes up for grabs so why … Continue reading

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Support Signal Arts Centre

Signal Arts Centre on Albert Avenue, near the seafront has turned into a pop up tea room – so pop along to partake in tea, coffee, cakes and sandwiches and their fundraising sale of arts and crafts donated by local … Continue reading

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Gold Medal Coffee in Bray

County Wicklow’s only coffee roasting firm recently picked up three gold awards at the International Great Taste Awards, in London. McCabe’s Coffee won the highest award at this year’s event for it’s ‘Classic Italian Blend’ espresso.  The company also won … Continue reading

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Alice in Wonderland – Theatre at Killruddery Garden

Kilruddery Gardens, Bray, Co. Wicklow Thursday August 18th 2011 7pm – 10pm Tickets : €15 Adults, €10  Seniors and €7  under 21s Purchase tickets at gate. Bring a picnic for an evening of Family Fun! The performance will be kicking … Continue reading

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Bray Library Celebrates 100 Years

Bray Public Library is 100 years old this year. An architectural gem, it was financed through the generosity of one of history’s wealthiest men, Andrew Carnegie, a Scots man who was born in a one roomed cottage in Dunfermline. The … Continue reading

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