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Enjoy Irish Culture E-zine May 2014
June 01, 2014
Dear readers,

welcome to our June newsletter!

Firstly in this edition, we want your input! Here's the thing- we are looking to find out how we can help you, our readers.

What content can we provide that you are looking for.

What questions can we answer that haven't been answered yet.

And what products can we provide that you are looking for?

Join in and take our short visitor survey, it will take no more than 5 minutes of your precious time.

Our suggestions for places to visit in June are around the West and a wild mix between really well-known and off the beaten track.

Check out this little gem of a heritage village 8 km on the Galway side of Westport town- the early Christian monastic site at Aughagower, County Mayo.

A new feature also on the best known big house around the West- Westport House located in the centre of a beautiful country and adventure park right at the heart of Westport town. And, last but not least, moving north towards County Sligo, there is the ever so beautiful ancient site of Carrowkeel that we highly recommend visiting if you want to get a true impression of the wildness of the West of Ireland.

Go and enjoy!

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Enjoy Irish Culture now has a facility for visitors to the site to submit their favourite Ireland travel photos. We will develop these into an online gallery. Why not submit some of yours? We'd love a hand in getting this project off the ground.

Thanks very much for subscribing, hope you have a great month ahead.

And please spread the word about our website so that others may enjoy it, too!

Thanks a million! Warmest regards from Susanna and Colm

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