Saturday January 18, 2020

An active Christmas with a difference in rural Clare

The Farmyard is part of the Burren Ecotourism Network and runs ecotours, barn dances and summer camps

8th December, 2019
Darragh and Aisling Quinn, with their daughter Eva, of The Farmyard in Corofin, Co Clare. Picture: Michael Dillon

When Darragh Quinn inherited his father’s beef farm at the foot of Mullaghmór mountain in Co Clare, he drew on his experience as a HR manager to run a sideline in team-building events.

He and his wife Aisling soon realised that there was scope to offer more activities, including its annual Christmas Experience.

The 90-minute activity will run at The Farmyard venue in Corofin for the next two weekends. It features...

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