News from Brittas Bay
A Co Wicklow landowner has denied recent earthworks on his land damaged a megalithic dolmen which is a listed national monument. Larry Brennan, who owns land at Castletimon, near Brittas Bay, between the coast road and the N11, says the dolmen in ...
Landowner denies megalithic dolmen was damaged by works
Nothing says an Irish summer quite like goosebumps on the beach, sandy ham sandwiches and a Twister in hand. Obviously, the world has changed a lot since we were young ones on Brittas Bay, wrapped in rainbow towels, but one thing that has remained ...
There's a brand new Twister and it looks pretty damn tasty
You would be easily forgiven for forgetting what blue skies and a sparking ocean looks like in Ireland, what with the awful weather these days, but this is a quite spectacular reminder. JOE reader Sean Conway, a transition student from Dublin, used his ...
WATCH: This drone footage of <b>Brittas Bay</b> Beach in Wicklow really is incredible
All beaches were classed as 'excellent' in both categories and overall apart from Bray South Promenade and Silver Strand which were classed as 'good'. Brittas Bay North returned to the 'excellent' class having dropped to 'good' in 2014 and Silver ...
Gardai in Wicklow seized a small amount of drugs at a house in Brittas Bay on Good Friday. Share. Facebook · Twitter · Google · Email. Go To. Comments. The gardaí entered the house with a search warrant which had been granted under the Misuse of Drugs ...
Steven Brennan of the Brittas Bay Tourism Association said the destruction of the Dolmen has caused widespread local anger. 'I was pretty shocked when I first saw the damage. People are very annoyed. It's a very historic area and needs to be treated ...
Investigation into <b>Brittas Bay</b> dolmen damage
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Ashgrove B&B Ashgrove B&B
Ballykippoghue Kilbride
Glen na Smole Glen na Smole
Ashtown Lane, Marlton Rd
Wicklow Town
The Grand Hotel The Grand Hotel
Abbey Street Wicklow