On Sunday afternoon 8th May, a group of twelve walkers (and two dogs) left the Church grounds for their starting point rendezvous at Curtlestown (near Enniskerry). From there they walked up to Prince William’s Seat before pausing for lunch with perhaps one of the finest vistas in the area. This was made all the more perfect as earlier fog had lifted to give a bright and clear view all around. Unfortunately this was the last of this season’s walks, but we look forward to a new season commencing in October. Many thanks to Donald Gill, the walks co-ordinator, for his input into a varied and interesting selection of walks.
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