Location: Dun Laoghaire, Dublin.
Meeting Point: 12 pm, February 24th, outside the main entrance to Dun Laoghaire DART station.
Length of Walk: A leisurely 2 hours.
What is the Walk and Talk?
This will be a social gathering and will provide an opportunity for those who stammer, their family and friends, or those with an interest in stammering to walk and talk as they make their way around Dun Laoghaire and Glasthule. We will begin in Dun Laoghaire harbour and walk along the East pier which offers great views of Dublin Bay, then make our way along Scotsman’s Bay and on to the famous Forty Foot bathing area; taking a dip is optional! We will then visit the James Joyce museum which is housed in a Martello tower. Afterwards, we will pick up the historic Metals route, which was used to bring stone from Dalkey Quarry to Dun Laoghaire to construct the harbour, and make our way back into Dun Laoghaire. We will visit a local café after the walk for refreshments. The walk is open to all ages, although children under 16 should be accompanied by an adult.
How do I take part?
Please express your interest in this event before the February 22nd 2019 by contacting firstname.lastname@example.org
What should I bring?
Please ensure to bring comfortable walking shoes, raingear and fluids.
How do I get there?
- Travel by DART from Dublin to Dún Laoghaire. The journey offers spectacular views of Dublin Bay. The DART runs every 5 minutes during rush hour periods and every 20 mins during the day.
- Dún Laoghaire is serviced by Dublin Bus. The terminus is located at the DART station. Buses – 7, 7a, 8, 45a, 46a, 59, 75, 111
- Dublin is surrounded by the M50 motorway all national roads heading to Dublin are connected to the M50. Dún Laoghaire is located about 7 Kilometres inside the southern side of the motorway.
- From the city centre there take the N11 via Stillorgan or via Blackrock on the R118 to head for Dun Laoghaire. Both routes are well sign posted.
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