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Moynalty Goes Wild

19, 20 and 21 Oct 2018

By Sun 7 Oct 2018April 3rd, 2020BIODIVERSITY, Events

This event is now over

You can READ our report here:
VIEW our video of Saturday’s event here
SEE our photos of the event here
READ two poems by Gordon Mackey about bees which were recited by him here.

Event Details

Moynalty Goes Wild

Green Foundation Ireland will hold Moynalty’s weekend Sustainability Festival at the Moynalty Steam Threshing Museum in Co. Meath on Friday 19 and Saturday 20, and in Golashane Nature Reserve on Sunday 21 October 2018.

FRIDAY 19 OCTOBER 2018 – 8:00pm to 10:30pm

Upcycle old furniture for free – bring along your old picture frames and furniture!
Free SWAP SHOP – bring and swap clothes and books.
Venue: Moynalty Steam Threshing Museum.

SATURDAY 20 OCTOBER 2018 – 2:00pm to 5:00pm

Talks on farming, wildlife, making our community a better place, and information on home insulation grants – all of the talks will be chaired by writer and environmentalist JOHN O’BRIEN from Moynalty.
Free SWAP SHOP – bring and swap clothes and books.
While this is happening, there will be FREE EVENTS FOR CHILDREN,
including a planetarium!
Venue: Moynalty Steam Threshing Museum.

SUNDAY 21 OCTOBER 2018 – 2:00pm to 5:00pm

Wildlife box building in Golashane Nature Reserve, including a talk from Brian Keeley about local wildlife.
Venue: Golashane Nature Reserve.

Event Programme


Our PROGRAMME OF EVENTS (last updated on 19 Oct 2018)
is available here.

Further updates on this event will appear on this page.


While admission is FREE to this event, registration is RECOMMENDED.
Please secure your place by clicking on the button below:

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Moynalty Goes Wild will be held in two locations –

Please click here for a map of the Moynalty Steam Threshing Museum – the Sat Nav code is N 53’47.229, W -6’53.303 and the Eircode is A82 C6K7.

This event will take place in Golashane Nature Reserve, Tierworker, Kells, Co. Meath – the Eircode is A82 VE86.

This event is made possible with the financial support of
the Local Agenda 21 Partnership Fund at Meath County Council.