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
An active Christmas with a difference in rural Clare
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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