EXPLORE Clonbur Adventure Festival Easter 7th and 8th April

Clonbur, Easter Saturday 7th of April 2012
Walsh, James   23.11
2nd  Gibbons, Noel 23.30
3rd Staunton, Pat 23.45
4th  Corcoran, Gerard 24.07
5th Joyce, Brian 24.21
6th Walsh, Martin 25.09
7th Kilbane, Eoin 25.50
8th Heneghan, Declan 25.55
9th O’Huiginn, Padraic 26.42
10th O’Grady, John 26.46
11th Keane, Derek 27.02
12th Knight, James 27.40
13th Middleton, John 27.46
14th Munday, Neil 27.48
15th O.Toole, James 28.03
16th Gannon, Gabriel 28.09
17th   McNamara Aileen (Winner) 28.40
18th Kelly, Michael 28.42
19th Conroy, Adrian 29.26
20th Joyce, Kieran 29.41
21st McDomhnaill, Gillian (2nd Lady)30.02
22nd Walsh, Colm 30.10
23rd Lehner, Debbie (3rd Lady) 30.11
24th Hynes, Liam 30.32
25th O’Connor, Thomas 30.58
26th Ginty, Bernard 31.01
27th Staunton, John 31.03
28th Neachtain, Mike 31.12
29th Salter, Grainne 31.15
30th Quinn, Paul 31.19
31st Conroy, Cliff 31.27
32nd O’Connor, Tim 31.53
33rd A.N. Other 32.10
34th Murphy, Jason Bar..
35th Biggins, Ursula
36th Trill, Dean
37th Healy, Eileen
38th Coyne, Eilish
39th Coyne, Jason
40th Glynn, Hilda
41st White, Alex
42nd Kilbane, Seamus
43rd Flannery Pat
44th Staunton, Sarah
45th Munday, Niamh
46th O’Toole, Siobhan

Explore Clonbur Raffle:

LOCAL artist John Dinan, CongArtGalleryhas very generously donated a beautiful painting of ClonburVillageto the Explore Clonbur Festival.  The painting will be on display in Mount Gable Gift Shop, Clonbur until the draw which will take place on Monday 30th April, 2012.  Tickets can be purchased at various locations including Mount Gable Gift Shop.

2nd Prize is a wonderful cycle tour toAshfordCastle sponsored by Glorious Cycle Tour, tour includes lunch.

All profits will go towards developing and promoting tourism in the Clonbur area.

Explore Clonbur Raffle 2012   

                                     1st Prize:

Oil painting ofClonburVillageby local artist John Dinan,CongArtGallery.

2nd Prize:

Two tickets for Cycle Tour toAshfordCastle, Glorious Cycle Tours.

 Draw will be held Monday 30th, April in Mount Gable Gift Shop

€5 each or  5 for  €20

 Thank you for your support!

 All profits will go towards developing and promoting tourism in the Clonbur area.                       





Family Tickets Now Available for walking and cycling tours.  For Gorge Walking, Canoeing, Abseiling and Fly Fishing you must call 0879782658  as spaces are limited. Click on link  – http://www.eventelephant.com/explore

Clonbur lies in the heart of the Lake District between Lough Corrib and Lough Mask, and is surrounded by the majestic Joyce Country and the Forests of the Guinness Estate to Ballykine.  Close-by you can visit Cong abbey and Ashford Castle and walk or cycle many trails recently updated for easier access.

This Easter the village will play host to an adventure and outdoor festival where people can avail of many activities from watersports to mountain and land sports, also there is a comprehensive arrangement for music happening locally, art exhibitions, Live performances, Stalls, Crafts, Talks, children’s activities including Bouncy Castles, Face Painting and Mask Making.

The final activity list is now up and contains a link to bring you straight to booking.  Booking is essential prior to the weekend as not all activities will be available to purchase on the day. Also bookings are limited per event and once sold out then no more will be available.

If last Easter is anything to go by then we will expect the best of weather, however its not easily predicted here in the West of Ireland so make sure to bring waterproofs and walking boots.

Please take note that activities must be pre booked and ideally by the 30th of March.

The line-up of music and events at this festival is growing all the time, as soon as we get confirmation then we will post it up.

We hope to see the streets full and will be delighted to produce an amazing ambience for a weekend not to forget.

PLEASE help us to share this event around through Facebook etc Many thanks

Simon Trezise – Noel Mannion


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