Category Archives: General

Crumlin Children’s Hospital Dublin

Fund Raising for Crumlin Children’s Hospital Crumlin Hospital has been a part of our lives since Padraig was 5 days old, and recently Padraig had his last day in the hospital, and will now move on to St. James, he is very lucky his two main doctors also work in St James and it will […]

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The Old Rectory Self Catering – Disabled Friendly

Disabled Friendly Apartments Five years ago we converted the Courtyard buildings into 4* rated apartments.  The two ground floor apartments have disabled friendly bathrooms.  As the daughter of someone who has a Mother with mobility difficulties and who uses both a walker and wheelchair I know it isn’t easy to find somewhere suitable to stay.  […]

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Quilting Weekend

Patchwork Quilting Weekends If you love sewing, a quilting weekend at The Old Rectory Country House Leitrim is a great way to get away for a weekend – you will be in good company with other like minded sewers.  You will learn new techniques and make new friends.  We run beginner and advanced quilting weekends […]

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Patchwork Quilting Weekends

Beginners Weekend 19th – 21st October Advanced Weekend 2nd – 4th November If you love sewing why not try one of our Patchwork Quilting weekends here at The Old Rectory Country House in beautiful Leitrim.  Meet others who enjoy Quilting and share in the collective knowledge of the group in a relaxed setting, with a […]

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Church Wedding After great community effort St. Catherine’s Church looked beautiful on the day, it has been an incredible transformation over the past two years.  The roof has been fixed, the floors redone, it has been painting and the biggest project the stain glass windows have been taken out and completely releaded and cleaned.  But […]

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