3 Tullow Road, Nurney, despite it's "Olde Worlde" appearance, was built in c.2010 by the current owners and is keeping with the picturesque village of Nuney, with it's granite walls and immediate neighbour, Nurney Church.There are panoramic views of the surrounding hills and countryside, whilst being only a few minutes drive from Carlow town and Bagenalstown.During the 1100's when the Normans invaded Ireland, they built their first castles in the country along the Barrow River Valley.The two towers and fortified walls that remain of Carlow Castle is the best example of a Norman castle in the province of Leinster.The most prominent building in the town is the courthouse, modelled on the Parthenon in Athens.This grandiose building was originally meant for County Cork, until the plans got mixed up!In no event shall we be liable for any loss or damage including without limitation, indirect or consequential loss or damage.
Joanne also feels that the ability to interact with the public and seeing people’s enthusiasm and support for Fairtrade really gives her a boost and the motivation to continue to do her bit.
“I volunteered in Kenya in 2009, in Mombasa and I seen first-hand the difficulties people face in these third world countries”.
Joanne says that Fairtrade was such a great way to help people in developing countries without the need to leave the country.
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