Glendalough Walk - Education Centre

The Glendalough visitor centre are hosting a free stroll around Glendalough to learn how to identify trees. Discover their history, folklore, ecology and uses, from the mighty oak, the King of the Trees, to the delicate Mountain Ash.

Location: The Information Office, by the Upper Lake, Glendalough. Practicalities: Adults & older children only. No dogs. This event is free of charge, but please be aware that the Upper lake has a car park fee.  Booking is essential. Bookings will be taken from Sat 30 Aug.

For more information, call the Glendalough visitor on 0404 45656/0404 45425

See Dublin By Bike

On September 13th is part of the Ranelagh Arts Festival. It is a healthy and fun way to explore the streets of the capital, and See Dublin by Bike. The tour will be presented by two cycling aficionados Julian Vignoles and Seán Farrell, and it costs €12. Everyone is welcome, even if you are a local Dubliner or a tourist.

Meet at the triangle junction in Ranelagh village, 2pm for more information visit their website