Laragh Glendalough Notes Week Beg 1st July

Laragh Glendalough Tidy Town

Many congratulations to the Cluain Bán Residents Association which was recently formed at a meeting in Lynham’s Hotel in Laragh.  The following officers were elected to the Cluain Ban Residents Association committee:

Michael Brennan, Chairperson; Fiona English, Secretary; Helen Kinlan Treasurers – (Fiona English 2nd signatory).  Committee members, Yvonne Brennan, Derek Cullen, Gordon Kinlan, Margaret Stakem and other residents to be included who were not available on the night.

Numerous items were discussed with a view to enhancing this lovely village estate.  Next meeting on July the 9th at 8PM in a residents home. 

Laragh Glendalough Tidy Towns look forward to working collaboratively with the Cluain Ban Residents Association and wish them lots of luck in their future development.

Bright Stars Parent and Toddler Group

The Wednesday playgroup has finished for the Summer months and will be back in the Brockagh Resource Centre, Laragh in September for more fun play and chat.

Glendalough Market Sunday 14th July

Our next event is on Sunday, July 14th. Come shop indoor and outdoor with a variety of items for sale with beautiful handmade crafts and plenty of bargains and from gifts, clothes, plants, books, toys, skincare products, candles, art, tools, household items etc.  You might be a keen bargain hunter or enjoy browsing for affordable gifts. Open to the public from 10am to 3pm. Tea, coffee and food snacks are available. 

The barrier will be locked from 6pm Saturday evening until 8am Sunday morning. You can contact us by phone 0404 45600 (Mon-Fri 9am to 4pm) or email All stallholders must pre book their space or no entry on the day. The Glendalough Market(carboot) is once a month on the 2nd Sun(except Jan/Feb).

Summer Lectures at Wicklow Mountains National Park

We are delighted to announce the start of our talks over the summer of 2024. We have a wide range of talks scheduled.

Restoring The Earth, Patch By Patch – how to give nature a chance to heal by building an Ark (an Act of Restorative Kindness to the Earth). 

By Mary Reynolds: reformed landscape gardener, author and nature activist. Thursday 4th July, 7.30pm in the Glen of Imaal Mountain Rescue Base, Laragh, Co. Wicklow, A98VY72.

Free of charge. Allow between 1-1/2 hours for the talk and questions.

Parking is available free of charge at the rescue base. 

Booking is not required. For more information, phone 0404 45425. Arrive early to get a seat!

This event is organised by education staff based at Wicklow Mountains National Park who are employed by the National Parks & Wildlife Service.

NAC Glendalough Youth Weekend

Join us for a fun-filled weekend at NAC Glendalough Youth Weekend! On Fri, 26th July from 16:00 to Sun, 28th July 2024 14:00. Free Event. Register on Eventbrite.

Welcome to the NAC Glendalough Youth Weekend! Join us for a fun-filled weekend at the Glendalough International Hostel. Get ready for exciting activities, games, and bonding with other young adventurers. This is your chance to make new friends, explore the beautiful surroundings, and create unforgettable memories. Don’t miss out on this amazing opportunity to connect with nature and fellow youth enthusiasts. See you there!

Brockagh Digital Hub 

We have a mixture of Hot Desks, Dedicated (Weekly/Monthly) Desks, Pod available with High Speed Broadband Connection. Our shared working space is located in the the heart of county Wicklow with panoramic views of the stunning Glendalough Valley. Free parking, free tea/coffee facilities and lift access. To avail of the discounted rates you must pre-book your desk through only. Daily Rate €15, half day rate €10, weekly rate €60, monthly rate is also an option. We also have a special student rate of €10 day rate or half day rate €5. Register now as a Member on our site.. We are waiting to see if they are renewing the voucher scheme. All bookings to be made through either or for discounts email Mon-Fri, 9am to 5pm.