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If only, a friend might call

pretend I wasn’t here.

Fear Hiding in the corner

For want of a little cheer.

Hoping he might come right in

Praying he might call again.

Strange I can not unlock

Invisible a mental block.

A tablet to dull the pain

Vibrations within my brain

Allow him enter only then

Free me from this mental



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At last blue skies. — C J Black

followed by a welcome blast of sunshine it feels as though it’s been raining forever this of course is not really the case. Finding a place in the clustered closet returning the trusty rain mac unfurling the umbrella, out-doors of course rays of sunshine raises a smile it appears to brighten up everyone’s world and…

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Duncannon Fort to reopen for Guided Tours

Congratulations to all concerned look forward to visiting during the summer season.


Wexford County Council and Hook Tourism are delighted to announce the launch of a new guided tour of Duncannon Fort this summer. The important historical site will be open 7 days, offering 5 tours daily, sharing a selection of fascinating stories from this impressive site’s history. Sitting within the newly branded Ireland’s Ancient East, Duncannon Fort’s tour will complement the existing strong heritage offering of the Hook Peninsula and County Wexford.

Duncannon Fort is an impressive presentation of a star shaped fortress perched on the side of the stunning Hook Peninsula, County Wexford, part of Ireland’s Ancient East. This historic structure has gathered countless intriguing and awe inspiring stories over its 450 year history and holds one of the best vantage points to take in the beautiful Waterford Estuary from. Share in these tales and striking views the on the guided tour from late June 2016.

Wexford County Council…

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