Rose of Tralee Delegation to Visit Kildare


Rose of Tralee Delegation to Pay a visit to Kildare

Thursday, August 04, 2022.

Its All Coming up Roses In County Kildare
Aine Mangan, INTO Kildare and Kildare Rose, Ashleigh Byrne from Newbridge

Its All Coming up Roses In County Kildare – Rose of Tralee Delegation to Check out Kildare

An Intercontinental Rose of Tralee Festival delegation of 30-a few Roses, will be traveling to County Kildare on the 15th of August.  The schedule and itinerary for the Roses has been arranged by Into Kildare, the Tourism Entire body for County Kildare and will be focused on the north of the county. The Roses will be being in Barberstown Castle where they will also love a myriad of activities such as a black-tie gala supper.

Aine Mangan, CEO of Into Kildare claimed, “We are incredibly significantly searching ahead to the take a look at of the Roses to County Kildare and are delighted to do the job in partnership with Barberstown Castle.  The Roses tour about North Kildare will shine a highlight on all the fantastic matters to see and do in the county. The Rose of Tralee Pageant is watched on television all around the earth and is a terrific showcase for Ireland and all it has to offer you. This go to to Kildare is very essential and provides us with a wonderful option to promote tourism to the area on a world phase, through the media.”

The general public are being inspired to go out to meet up with the Roses when they go to north Kildare on the 15th of August.  Just some of the sites they will pay a visit to include the village of Ardclough, Cliff at Lyons Estate, Leixlip Castle, the residence spot of Arthur Guinness in Celbridge, Carton Household and The K Club.  The Roses will delight in some entertaining functions in each and every of these spots together with, axe throwing in Carton Residence and golfing at The K Club.  They will also encounter a mini ‘Taste of Kildare’ experience with food from ‘Farm to Fork’ at Cliff at Lyons and a delectable formal evening meal at Barberstown Castle.

For extra facts visit www.intokildare.ie

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