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St. Patrick’s Day, Ballyconnell, Co. Cavan 2012

St Patrick’s Day in Ballyconnell this year was a cool damp day, but still the crowds came out to support the local parade.  There was a good selection of floats in this year’s parade, vintage tractors, local youth groups and of course music from the St. Mary’s Pipe Band from Derrylin. All in all a good day was had by all………to see more images please go to Lake Avenue House B&B facebook page.

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B&B Teddy Bear Experience in Beautiful West Cavan

B&B Teddy Bear Experience
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Create marvellous family memories by enjoying an afternoon at the charming Silver Bear Centre when Mammy, Daddy and all the family create their own individual teddy bear from start to finish including designing their own Teddy Bear outfits for their own precious creations to bring home with them. This unique family experience is in one of Ireland’s best-kept secrets – West Cavan. The unspoiled landscape has something for everyone, whether it’s rest, relaxation or a family activity for all to enjoy. Come spend time at Lake Avenue House B&B and enjoy the peace and tranquillity of the Irish country side while you create your own Teddy Bear!

Rates are per person sharing and include a full breakfast and afternoon at The Sliver Bear Centre

1 Night B&B

Family of 5 €220 (2 adults + 3 children 12 years of age or younger)

Family of 4 €190 (2 adults + 2 children 12 years of age or younger)

Family of 3 €170 (2 adults + 1 children 12 years of age or younger)

2 Nights B&B

Family of 5 €310 (2 adults + 3 children 12 years of age or younger)

Family of 4 €270 (2 adults + 2 children 12 years of age or younger)

Family of 3 €240 (2 adults + 1 children 12 years of age or younger

For more information contact Lake Avenue House

Bell of St. Mogue and Breac Maedoc-Priceless Items in Ballyjamesduff Museum, County Cavan

Priceless Items in Ballyjamesduff Museum  
The Breac Maedoc and the Bell of St. Mogue are presently on loan to Cavan County Museum from the National Museum of Ireland and Armagh City Library.  These priceless items are only on loan for two weeks so please take advantage of the opportunity to see them.  The museum will open on Sunday 17th to facilitate those people who would like to see them but can’t visit on week days.  (The Museum is closed every Monday)
On Thursday 21st October at 8pm there is to be a lecture by Dr Brendan Scott about these two items and the history of St Mogue.  
If you would like to share a bus trip to and back from the lecture in Ballyjamesduff please contact Oliver Brady on 0870530906 or Aidan Brady on 0876905898.  The bus leaves Corlough at 6.45pm  Bawnboy at 6.55 & Ballyconnell at 7.10pm. (Return fare €10) 
More information may be found on the Events page of the Cavan Museum web site at: www.cavanmuseum.ie

If visiting Templeport Lake or St Mogue’s Island why not stay at Lake Avenue House B&B and enjoy the peaceful surroundings.

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