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Tue, 23 Aug



Trees on Farms Field Trip 3 of 4 Cushendall

The Irish Agroforestry Forum is holding a Silvopasture Farm walk and talk on the farm of Sinead and Réamaí Mathers. This event is in collaboration with our friends at GrowIn, Woodland Trust, CAFRE and Ulster Wildlife.

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Trees on Farms Field Trip 3 of 4 Cushendall

Time & Location

23 Aug 2022, 10:00

Cushendall, 115 Layde Rd, Cushendall, Ballymena BT44 0NH, UK


About the event

Farm walk and talk with Sinead and Réamaí Mathers.  This is the third of four farm walks over 2 days.

Please book for each individually - links are below to the other events.

1. Monday 22nd August 11am Greenmount

2. Monday 22nd August 2pm Rathsherry Farm, Broughshane

3. Tuesday 23rd August 10am Sinéad and Réamaí Mathers’ farm at Cushendall

4. Tuesday 23rd August 2pm Broughgammon Farm near Ballycastle 

The address for Sat Nav will be 115, Layde Rd, Cushendall, BT44 ONH.  The farm is between Cushendall and Cushendun and is easy to miss as there is no house there.  If you are coming from Cushendall it is accessed by a lane on the Right hand side of the road.  You will pass a big mobile phone tower on your left and the farm lane is the one on the right after this mast.  There are wee white milestone markers theirs is the lane after Ballyagan milestone marker.  Once you turn into the lane go about 100 yds and the farm is the gate on the right with the sheds just in through the gate.  

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