Saturday September 19, 2020

Good green fun at an eco-friendly festival

Sustainability is the name of the game at All Together Now in Waterford, where green thinking underpins food production, transport, plastic reduction and waste management

28th July, 2019
All Together Now's inaugural edition In Portlaw, Co Waterford last August was a huge success Pic:

The road to Waterford’s Curraghmore Estate will be a busy one on Friday next, as 20,000 festival-goers make their way to All Together Now. This, the second edition of the festival created by the late entertainment impresario John Reynolds, is an entirely sold-out affair, and has been for some time. For those fortunate enough to have a ticket, there lies in wait a cornucopia of visual, aural and experiential treats.

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