from near John's Hill, Bunclody, Co. Wexford in the sunny south
The John Murray's (RTE) walking club came
to Bunclody on Sunday February 26th 2012.
See bottom of page for for more info or the right for photos and
Bunclody is the place to be next Sunday (Feb 26th) when local
The Clody Loafers host RTE's John Murray Show for their Spring walk.
John and his team will lead a walk of hundreds up Johns Hill outside
Bunclody where they will interview walkers and celebrities as they
The group stop for a break on top of the hill where they will be
by local musicians, story tellers and dancers (and maybe a surprise
guest or two!!)
After the walk everyone is invited back to The Carlton Mill Race
some refreshments and further entertainment and plenty of ceoil agus
The RTE Nationwide TV programme are covering the event also and will
filming the beautiful scenery and talking to people taking part.
Kennedy and Anne Cassin will be attending and will be interviewing
they walk the trail.
Similarly The Sunday Times newspaper are doing
a major spread about
as part of their new Irish magazine.
People interested in taking part should get to Bunclody by 11.30 on
follow the signs and instructions from the stewards to the car
should be prepared for all weathers and wear proper walking boots.
For further information contact Rory Murphy on 087 32 11 390
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Congratulations to Rory Murphy and Clody
Loafers walking club on bringing this walk to Bunclody.
Please drive to the
starting area and follow the signs and stewards for car parking. The
road to the starting point is opposite the WFC Co-op in Bunclody.
You can zoom in and out
on the Google map below for directions.
Photos taken from the
walk area >>>
We all had a great time on the walk. The
weather was beautiful for the massive crowd of over 1200 people.
See some photos and
videos of the day here.
Extract from John Murray
Radio Show >>>
from Nationwide >>>
Starting place for
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John's Hill and Kilbranish Hill
John Murray (RTE) Walk route
Note: Red lines are closed as
they were only opened for the walk on the day.
You can still manage to do most
of this walk by following the orange line and then the yellow one
around John's Hill
Click here for printable map of route.