En­niskerry.ie goes global

SITE FOR LO­CALS AND TOURISTS

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THE COM­MU­NITY of En­niskerry have re­cently launched a new web­site www.en­niskerry.ie which they hope will be­come the in­for­ma­tion hub for all things hap­pen­ing in En­niskerry and the sur­round­ing area.

Colin Lawlor chair­man of the The En­niskerry Fo­rum, a group set up to rep­re­sent the in­ter­ests of the res­i­dents, ex­plained the ori­gins of the site.

‘We re­alised there was no one place where ei­ther tourists or peo­ple liv­ing in the area could find in­for­ma­tion about the vil­lage and its sur­rounds,' he said.

‘So we launched www.en­niskerry.ie. It's not only a repos­i­tory of in­for­ma­tion for the com­mu­nity but also our win­dow to the out­side world.

‘In­creas­ingly we are find­ing that tourists, par­tic­u­lar in­ter­na­tional tourists, want to be able to get up to date in­for­ma­tion in ad­vance of their trip and this is the best way to get it to them.'

So if you have an af­ter­noon, a day or a week to spend in En­niskerry, www.en­niskerry.ie is the place to go for ideas. From a walk in Pow­er­scourt Gar­dens to a day's moun­tain bik­ing, a lazy cof­fee or a spot of an­tique shop­ping you'd be sur­prised just how much there is to en­joy.

Colm Lawlor, Barry McDe­vitt CM En­niskerry Fo­rum, and Kieran Con­lon at the web­site launch re­cently.

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