CD Launch of a Guided Meditation from the Hill of Tara


Thursday, 3 May 2012     18.00 – 20.00

Please join Sacred Sites at Dervish Holistics, 7 Aungier Street, Dublin 2 for the launch of a new Guided Meditation series, starting with a meditation from the Hill of Tara.

Event starts at 6 pm with guided meditation at 6.30 pm.

Cds will be on sale on the night for €10, of which €1 will go to help fund TSPG, and €1 to Coolmine.

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The Hill of Tara




Festival of the Fires

History was rekindled at the Hill of Uisneach in Co. Westmeath and at over seventy sites nationwide in 2009 when Ireland’s oldest recorded festival returned.

Originally known as Bealtaine, the summertime festival was an important fixture on the worldwide calendar, attracting attendees from the four corners of the ancient world. Having not being officially celebrated in hundreds of years the festival returned, rising from the ashes as Festival of the Fires. Now in its 4th year it is an event unlike anything ever witnessed in modern times – an iconic national celebration to truly ignite the summer.

Created through the alchemy of ceremony, heritage, music, theatre, literature, arts, crafts, poetry, holistic health and sustainability Festival of the Fires features the collective talents of hundreds of participants drawn from all over Ireland and the world, gathering at the exact centre-point of Ireland to celebrate the onset of summer.

One of the ceremonial highlights of the festival was the lighting of a national fire, ignited first on the summit of Uisneach and then carried to hilltops in every one of Ireland’s 32 counties. In ancient times, this sacred Uisneach fire was the catalyst for coast-to-coast celebrations with festivals and gatherings taking place in the fire sites, and in the communities below.


Festival of the Fires will take place on Uisneach hill at Bealtaine, looks like a fantastic line up, read all about it on their website.


Dublin Bay Prawn Festival


Dublin Bay Prawn Festival, Howth  27th – 29th April 2012

Packed with lots of fun and food delights, the Dublin Bay Prawn Festival features a food village packed with food stalls and tasting sessions with everything from top quality seafood to freshly sourced local foods from some of the region’s finest restaurants and artisans. Other food events include cookery demonstrations, wine-tasting events and prawn shelling competitions. During the day there is street entertainment and a programme of walks, talks and seaside antics. As the sun goes down over Howth Harbour the fun continues as each evening the festival offer choices such as a Mystery Dine Around, Fireworks on the Harbour and in-house musical entertainment in Howth’s Pubs.

Dublin Bay Prawn Festival


Stop GM Potato Trials in Ireland


If this licence is approved by the EPA, then Ireland will have lost it’s GM free status and it’s position as a green, natural food island. This has severe economic and environmental implications for Irish food producers and consumers. Once GM is released into the environment, it cannot be withdrawn and risks cross-pollination with non-GM varieties.

sign this vital petition to ensure Ireland is kept truly green.