The Open Weekend at Bealtaine Cottage approaches…
It’s this weekend everyone!
You have a special invitation to come and spend as long as you like on either Saturday or Sunday, this weekend, exploring the gardens, asking questions, looking inside the cottage and just having a lovely time in the permaculture gardens here at Bealtaine Cottage…and…it’s all for charity!
I am posting directions at the end of this blog, so you will find Bealtaine Cottage quite easy!
Carole from Whispering Pines in the U.S. has already donated the entrance fee, of 10euros, despite the fact that America is a long way off! Carole at http://whisperingpinesfiberandherbfarm.com/ writes a lovely blog every day all about her homestead and lovely animals…I often pop by!
Hopefully there will be at least 100 euros to donate to The Leitrim Animal Sanctuary by the close of the weekend!
Your 10 euro donation includes tea and lashings of cake, home made soup with home made bread and staying all day if you wish! How’s that for value…and you will be helping animals in distress!
There will be lots of tea, fresh coffee and home made cakes!
If it’s wet, don’t fret…with two covered verandas and a cosy cottage, there will be lots of dry space to enjoy your morning or afternoon tea!
I am selling a lot of my gardening books too…some great books!
There is lots to see and many secret paths to explore…so come along to the Permaculture Gardens at Bealtaine Cottage this weekend..
Directions to Bealtaine Cottage…
From Ballyfarnon travel on the R284 to Keadue for approx 4km. In Keadue turn right at the top of Village, signposted Leitrim Village. Travel for approx 2km and take right (L 15036) and house is third on the left.
From Carrick on Shannon, travel on the R284 to Leitrim Village, approx 5km. In Leitrim Village go over bridge and take left road signposted Keadue. Travel for approx 6km and take left (L 15036) and house is third on the left.
Carrick on Shannon 11km
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A great opportunity to learn how to care for this wonderful Earth!
May the sun shine and it all be smooth sailing! Wish I could be there♥
Blessings…one day you will visit X
Oh to be footloose and fancy free If that were the case I would be there this weekend. Good Luck with it all the best. Carole
The next time you visit Ireland, come and stay at Bealtaine for a while!
Many thanks Colette, thank you for mentioning me and my blog it was very generous of you. I will be there in spirit. Carole
Absolutely…as you are my first visitor!