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Last chance to see the Wendy Walsh exhibition

published by James Fennell in Events, Exhibitions

The gardens and Gallery Cafe serving delicious lunches are open until Sunday October 14th. This is your last chance to see the exhibition of 70 paintings of Wendy Walsh, as next year we will be hosting a Vanishing Ireland exhibition. However plans are in the pipe line to build a permanent exhibition space to house Wendy’s work.

This September 21st - Culture night - we will be opening our Gardens and Gallery for free throughout the day. All are welcome to come visit and enjoy the gardens and a tour of the garden by Anna Baggally, sister to Lesley Fennell and youngest daughter of Wendy Walsh, which will happen at 3.00pm followed by a talk about Wendy’s exhibition. If you have not visited this summer and seen Wendy’s exhibition and our garden we urge you to visit before October 15th.

The gardens and Gallery Cafe serving delicious lunches are open until Sunday October 14th. This is your last chance to see the exhibition of 70 paintings of Wendy Walsh, as next year we will be hosting a Vanishing Ireland exhibition. However plans are in the pipe line to build a permanent exhibition space to house Wendy’s work.

This September 21st - Culture night - we will be opening our Gardens and Gallery for free throughout the day. All are welcome to come visit and enjoy the gardens and a tour of the garden by Anna Baggally, sister to Lesley Fennell and youngest daughter of Wendy Walsh, which will happen at 3.00pm followed by a talk about Wendy’s exhibition. If you have not visited this summer and seen Wendy’s exhibition and our garden we urge you to visit before October 15th.

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