Visiting Carrowcrory Labyrinth Gardens

We will open for pre-booked visitors from April 2022. 

Since the Coronavirus pandemic, we have had to re-think how to open the Labyrinth Gardens to public use again. As well as the pandemic closing us, there are now insurance challenges to overcome too. Annual premiums have escalated beyond what we currently budget for from donation revernue. But we want to open these Labyrinth Gardens for you as soon as possible, as well as host Afternoons With Claire Roche again 

From 24th April 2022 we aim to welcome and share with up to 8 visitors per Sunday afternoon, to fit in with an insurance cover that I believe we can arrange, and also to enhance the privacy of your contemplation times here.
Our current re-opening date is 24th April, and that is our annual 'Tree Sanctuary Unfurling' episode

Immediate donation fundraising is happening now to fund a gazebo or two for quick sheltering purposes.

To becomes a visitor to our Carrowcrory Labyrinth Gardens 'Nature Folklore' sessions on Sunday please

1) Become a sponsor friend
Currently I do not charge admission fees or course fees. but both the Carrowcrory Labyrinth Gardens and Carrowcrory Online Sessions engage expenses I need to cover to be able to operate them. Thank you for working out your own donation amount ... but do not go hungry yourself :-) 

Sponsor or donate, two choices ...

Easiest way from here is donate to us through Patreon, link below. This can be aone off donation or monthly subscription of €1, £1, $1, or more per month.

Second way is to donate via my PayPal Me, either as a PayPal member, or non members use their debit or credit card, Many thanks. 

2) Book a place in advance, as a sponsor friend, through making an RSVP reservation, when personal visiting has commenced again. 

On the Sunday Sessions page are listings of the Sunday Sessions coming up. By each session is a link to more information and links to booking yourselves RSVP on events pages. 

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