Kilcullen Tree planting – 6th April 2019

It was the the 700th anniversary of the Kilcullen Bridge… lots of families turned out.

Rachel Carson Enterprises officially joined the Tree Council on Saturday last.. What an honour. The coordinator must be the most efficient person known to man – or woman. The volunteers worked hard and enjoyed the beautiful scenery around Kilcullen. The author planted a tree in honour of her old Irish hunter, Richard. He was cremated when he died and is on Dunnet Head, the most northerly point of the UK mainland, and home of the North Highland Way. The author also has a “Richard” cushion made from his mane and tail. The North Highland Way is the company’s environmental project in the north of Scotland.

Rachel Carson Enterprises became an official member of the Tree Council… a great honour. The coordinator must be one of the most efficient people known to man – or woman. Of course, we adjourned to the pub afterwards… A great day.

Published by Wild about Spanish, History and the Environment

Freelance writer and Spanish tutor working in Ireland and Scotland. BSc in Computing and Spanish, Post Graduate Diploma in Environmental Economics, Policy and Risk, Diploma in Journalism. With 16 years experience in Scotland, we are well placed to assist with tourism development.

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