Our new Stand Up Paddle School will be Opening this Easter in Rathmullan, Co. Donegal. Come along and try the fastest growing board sport in the world. It really is fun and does the whole body work out.
Keep tuned for more info!
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Portsalon Golf Club
In a remote and beautiful setting, Portsalon is a true hidden treasure. A marvellous links on the Fanad peninsula, Portsalon provides a bracing opening 3 holes before continuing through traditional linksland with a variety of fine holes. A major redesign project, undertaken by the renowned architect Pat Ruddy, has been completed (2003) and will propel Portsalon into the premier league of Irish links courses.
Rosapenna Golf Club
Originally laid out by Old Tom Morris and later improved by James Braid and Harry Vardon, Rosapenna is a charming links. The first ten holes play along Sheephaven Bay between the beach and a range of tall sand dunes. The last eight play inland and uphill in meadow where the high grounds present distracting and delightful views. The 2003 addition of the Sandy Hills course provides another 36-hole facility in Ireland’s North West.
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contact Rose Duffy at the Donegal Adult Learner Guidance Service 074 9178088
The annual AONTAS Adult Learners’ Festival event is scheduled for next week from 20th – 24th February. To celebrate this event Adult Education Community Providers and Co.Donegal VEC’s Adult Education Service have a number of events scheduled to take place throughout the county aimed at providing information to adult learners, showcasing the value of adult learning and celebrating the achievements of adult learners who have come through the process.
“An estimated 15,000 adults are involved annually in formal and community based adult and further education programmes in the county and more than 1,200 attended the recent Adult Learner Fair in Letterkenny – all this points to an increase in demand for adult education services in Donegal”.- says Cróna Gallagher, Adult Education Officer with Donegal VEC.
Please take the opportunity to view the Adult Learners’ Festival Timetable for Donegal and to listen to the selection below of some real life testimonials of achievement from around the county, from people who have availed of the Adult Education Services to date.
For further information please contact the relevant centres from the timetable. For ongoing information on VEC Adult Education Programmes, contact Rose Duffy at the Donegal Adult Learner Guidance Service (074 9178088).
We look forward to your attendance throughout the week of events!!
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Donegal Bridgestone Guide 2012 – Donegal businesses have featured prominently in this year’s Bridgestone Guide.
Speaking of which, Linsfort Castle B & B, located on the shores of Lough Swilly just outside Buncrana, has been selected for the second year running as one of the 100 Best Places to stay as well.
Owners Alan Rooks and Brigeen Clafferty only got into the B&B business in 2008. Alan says being one of the Bridgestone 100 makes a huge difference. “Up to 2011 our clients were mainly visitors already coming to Inishowen who found us through our web site. However, after getting in the Top 100, we found that quite a number of new customers were actually coming to Linsfort as a destination. Thanks to Bridgestone, I think that we have been able to make a useful contribution to the effort to put Inishowen on the tourist map of Ireland”