The summer months may have come and gone but Dingle will be coming alive for the 10th annual Dingle Food Festival between 30th September and 2nd October 2016.
The scenic County Kerry town will be hosting a variety of events including food workshops and cookery demos to art trails, whiskey and wine tasting and the Blás na hÉireann Food Awards. The festival will also have a full line up for children so there should be plenty to keep the whole family occupied.
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In a statement, head of communications at Cork Airport, Kevin Cullinane said: “This month’s figures Continue reading