In the grounds of the stunning Castle Durrow, and guided by the head gardener Bart Howard, Laois Public Participation Network (PPN) hosted an ‘Autumn Blooms’ event for their members in the 55+ age group on Friday September 25.
Attendees at the “Autumn Blooms” event were given a guided tour of the wonderful gardens at Castle Durrow, in Durrow, which form part of the Laois Garden trail, followed by a full afternoon tea service.
The event was thoroughly enjoyed by all who attended, with members expressing their thanks to Laois PPN for organising a great day.
Dan Bergin, Laois PPN Resource Worker said: “Laois PPN recognise the significant contribution that this age group makes in their communities.
“They form the back bone of so many of the nearly 600 Community Groups registered with Laois PPN”.
All groups registered with Laois PPN are given the opportunity to attend Laois PPN events.
Any group wishing to join Laois PPN can do so by completing the application on the Laois PPN website.
Photographer Michael Scully was also there to capture some great images.