Tipperary

The Derrynaflan Walk. A Unique Walking Event Celebrating Music, Print, Storytelling and Exploring Tipperary.

The Derrynaflan Walk. A Unique Walking Event Celebrating Music, Print, Storytelling and Exploring Tipperary.

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The Derrynaflan Walk

A Unique Walking Event Celebrating Music, Print, Storytelling and Exploring Tipperary  from Horse and Jockey to Derrynaflan Island,  Friday 17th September 2021, 5pm – 9pm

“Found Links”, a unique fun event, suitable for all age groups, will take place at Derrynaflan, from 5pm to 9pm; bringing together traditions in music, print, storytelling and the joys of walking and exploring our own beautiful Tipperary landscapes. Come along at any stage to this free pop-up event or join one of our guided walks to Derrynaflan,  leaving from the Horse and Jockey between 5pm and 6.30pm. Everyone is welcome! There will be music, poetry and a pop-up printmaking station along the way for you to hand-print your own postcard or souvenir.  Join us for this exciting event; listen to music, try your hand at printmaking or simply enjoy the unique landscape of Derrynaflan. 

Walking time is between 2.5 – 3 hours. To book on one of our guided walks or book a place on the return bus from Cashel to the Horse and Jockey email [email protected]  

The Found Links project is all about rediscovering our local landscape and capturing the long standing connection between music, place and identity throughout Tipperary.  

The project has received funding as part of the Creative Ireland programme with support from Tipperary County Council. Found Links works in collaboration with TFI Local Link Tipperary staff, passengers, local community and hillwalking groups.

E-mail: [email protected]Social media: @printvango @foundlinks

Derrynaflan is an island of high ground situated in the extensive bog of Littleton, Co. Tipperary.  It is the site of an ancient monastic settlement known locally as ‘the Gobán Saor’. The famous Derrynaflan Hoard: a chalice and paten along with other medieval ecclesiastical treasures were discovered there in 1980. 

This is a collaborative project between Print Van Go travelling print studio, organised by local artists, Aoife Barrett, Cáit Ní Riain and Tim Davis with TFI Local Link Tipperary bus service as well as local community and hillwalking groups. Found Links is all about rediscovering our local landscape  and capturing the long standing connection between music, place and identity throughout Tipperary.  

For a copy of Found Link’s interactive project postcard or more information:

https://www.facebook.com/foundlinks

https://www.facebook.com/printvango

Time: 5pm - 9pm

Genres: Craft / Design / Music / Poetry / Tour

Features: Family friendly

Address: Cashel to Horse and Jockey (bus) followed by walk to Derrynaflan

Website: http://www.printvango.ie/

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