A big thank you to everyone who came, everyone who helped out on and everyone who played a part in the ‘Gathering at Uisneach’.
The support of Irish Public Bodies and Westmeath County Council was crucial in making the event happen, and we were delighted it passed off safely.
The attendance of so many from abroad was testament to the draw of this magical part of the country, and despite the event not being on the Hill of Uisneach, we were glad so many got to visit the hill over the weekend.
For lost property or any other enquiries related to the ‘Gathering at Uisneach’, please get in touch with us via the FACEBOOK page only. Our office is now closed and all other email addresses & phone numbers are not in service.
Thanks again, see you soon.
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The first ever Gathering at Uisneach takes place this Saturday and Sunday at the Uisneach Inn venue, set into the foothill of the Hill of Uisneach. With Festival of the Fires taking a well-deserved year off, we could not let the Bealtaine weekend pass without staging something, so this year we bring you a boutique music festival featuring some great →
The people behind the multi-award winning Festival of the Fires are keeping its flame burning this May Bank Holiday weekend when they host a spectacular two-day ‘Gathering at Uisneach’ at the Uisneach Inn in Mullingar, and as a special incentive for visitors to Ireland for ‘The Gathering’, anyone with a recent flight ticket or proof of entry will gain free →
There are only days left to the very first 'Gathering at Uisneach' at the Uisneach Inn Bar and Restaurant, Ireland's most central venue at the foot of the Hill of Uisneach.
The two day boutique music festival will feature music from some of the biggest names in Irish music, all gathered together in the centre of the country.
Our headline acts are →
**FESTIVAL OF THE FIRES IS NOT TAKING PLACE IN 2013**
Due to agricultural and archaeological reasons, the organizers of Festival of the Fires have decided to take a year off this year to allow the venue of the iconic festival, the historic Hill of Uisneach, time to recover.
The Hill of Uisneach is a sacred site of supreme national importance, and she needs a →