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Conversation Four

Life on the Wild Atlantic Way – Seizing the Moment

Kinlough Community Centre, Kinlough, Co Leitrim
Sat April 11th 2.30pm

Paddy Mathews

Head of Investment and Innovation at Failte Ireland.
Manager Destination Development, Failte Ireland; a key driver of the creation of the Wild Atlantic Way and formally first head of Failte Ireland’s Environmental Unit; he was the Planning Officer, Heritage Council. He lives in Mullingar.

Stewart Caithness

From an inspired marshal at a unique urban adventure race in 2004, Stewart Caithness found his calling as a prolific event’s organiser in the sports world and has gone on to establish successful projects all over the UK, Ireland and beyond. With over 10 years of experience in delivering industry leading events in wide range of genres including urban obstacle races, cycle-sportives, ultra marathons, multi-discipline point-to-point cross country events and more recently athletics such as the Commonwealth Games & London Marathon, Stewart is ideally placed to give an informed and intriguing insight in to the world of events.

Eddie O Gorman

Community activist; local historian and driver of the Grange Armada project.

Aidan Browne

Aidan is from Kinlough and is co-founder / owner of Bundoran Surf Co. He is a prominent promoter of surfing / surf tourism into the north west.

Guided walk – Drowes Salmon Fishery

Before every Conversation there is a guided walk on a unique part of our Community. This week Shane Gallagher will lead a free guided walk of the Drowes Fishery and its story at 12.30 at the Fishery in Kinlough. Everyone is welcome. Looking forward to seeing you.

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