A talk about the Milltown River from source to the sea; its use from farming to fishing; a look at flora/fauna and a discussion about what the community can do to protect it for future generations.
Speakers will recount the natural and cultural history of the river, as well as the flora, fauna that exists along this river. This event will also present a great opportunity for the community to find out what can be done to maintain the river and restore it to its former glory.
Sun 18 August at 2pm - 4.30pm Admission free.
Suitable for Children under 12 / No Car Parking Available
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