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Biodiversity Day at Glenveagh National Park

Celebrating National Biodiversity Week  Re-inactment at The Castle "Step back in Time to 1902" with Trad Session The Great Glen Discovery Day (to book email glenveagh-education@chg.gov.ie) we have some places available but cannot take bookings or answer queries after 2.00pm Friday the 25th May     Sunday 27th May Bus leaves the main car park at 11.30am and will take you to the head of the Glen, along with our Guides. Enjoy a walk and hands on nature activities along the way...

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June Bank Holiday

Sunday 3rd & Monday 4th June Craft Stalls at the Visitor Centre 11am - 5pm Traditional Music Session at the Castle 1pm - 4pm Re enactment at the Castle "Step Back in Time" 1pm - 4.30pm Birds of Preys TBC Photo Competition ( email tres.connaghan@chg.gov.ie) See info below Bike Hire available at the Car park    T: 0876655599 Restaurant & Tearooms open from 10am to 5.30pm  T: 0868160205 For more info T: 0761002551

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The first ever electric car charged from a rapid new car charger at a N.P.W.S site

The first electric car charged using the new rapid EVBOX charger recently installed at Glenveagh National Park was charged on Monday the 26th March 2018. Highland Motors brought an electric Renault Zoe to the park and it was charged using the new EVBOX car charger. The new rapid car charger was supplied by EVBOX, the civil works were carried out by Sheridan Developments and the electrical works were carried out by O’Hara & Harrison. This is the first rapid car...

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Walkers Bus Service 2018

Bus Service – Glenveagh National Park During Visitor Services opening times a shuttle bus will run daily from the visitor centre to the castle. (Weather permitting) The Walkers Bus for individual walkers will run to the Lough Inshagh Trail in Gartan & The Head of The Glen near Lough Barra every Saturday, Sunday & Bank Holidays Monday all year around at 10am. (Weather Permitting) Walking Groups wishing to book a private shuttle service to The head of the Glen / Lough Inshagh...

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