The walks festival is on from May 18th to 20th. The pictures were taken today along part of the cliff walk.
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Saturday, May 12, 2012
Thursday, May 3, 2012
Waterford IWT joins forces with the Cheekpoint and Faithlegg community on May 6th to experience once again the dawn chorus. Meeting point in Cheekpoint is the Moorings Pub at the west end of the village and the time is 4.30 am. Leaders for this unforgettable experience are Alan Walsh of IWT and Andrew Harrington, MISE coordinator. All welcome but please do not bring dogs. The route consists of woodland and open country and is suitable for all ages. Tea and coffee available in the village after the walk which will take about 2.5 hours.
The May outing of the Waterford Branch of the Irish Wildlife Trust takes place on Sunday May 13th at Stradbally, Co Waterford. The topics will include the ecology of the coves and the flora of roadside verges. The walk begins at 2.30 and will take about 2.5 hours and is suitable for all ages. Dogs may be taken on the lead. All welcome. Directions: From Waterford follow the main Cork Road past the Kilmacthomas exit. The signposted exit for Stradbally is about 2 miles past the Kilmacthomas exit. Go through the village to Stradbally Cove where there is good parking.