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Dome Family Entertainment  Centre
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Family entertainment centre activities include: Bowling, Go Carting, Arcade Games, Diner, Kidzmania Play Area.
Full Information http://www.dome.ie/ 059 91 41555
Durrow Leafy Loops - Dunmore Woods loop
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The town is surrounded by some fine woods, hilly forests and a maze of rivers. The Leafy Loop walk offer the serious walker a loop of 21 km or a shorter loop. In Dunmore Wood on the edge of the town forest paths offer some short loops for the casual stroller.
Durrow Leafy Loops - Leafy loop
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The highly rated Durrow Loops will take you along quiet country lanes, river bank, forestry paths, woodland tracks and hill paths.
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Eason’s Portlaoise is one of the largest book stockists in Leinster with an outstanding selection. Whether you’re looking for holiday reading, getting to grips with local heritage or catching up on current affairs, this branch of a national franchise has got it covered. School books, new and second hand, guide books, maps, dictionaries, postcards, stationary, art/craft supplies, magazines, newspapers are all stocked.
Full Information http:// http://www.easons.com/ (057) 862 0466
Edyta Art
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Working mainly with clay, sculptress Edyta Szymanska creates both small figurative pieces and large scale art. Edyta has a residency in the Malthouse in Stradbally, where she is combining ceramic and steel to create works which reflect her inner world. Her background in physiotherapy gives those sculptures that are based on the human form an added dimension.
Full Information http://www.edytaart.ie/ 353 (0) 85 166 98 36
Emo House Farmers Market & Craft Fair
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Shoppers can purchase handcrafts and fresh local products. With many stalls, excellent food and a great atmosphere. Every Sunday From 11am to 4pm
Full Information http://www.mast.ie/Laois.html 0862395614
Emo Lake
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Emo Lake is located within the grounds of Emo House and Gardens. The lake has a surface area of 24 acres. The banks are suitable for anglers to fish from and provision has been made to accommodate anglers with special needs. The lake contains stocks of bream, hybrids, rudd and perch.
Fossey Mountain Springs Ranch
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Fossey Mountain Springs is a Western Riding Ranch located in the beautifully scenic area of Timahoe, Co. Laois. The ranch was dreamt up by a Laois man named Mick LaCumbre, who has a passion for horses and in particular, Western Riding. Together, with his wife Esther, Mick has developed the ranch into a Wild West of Ireland.
Full Information http://www.fosseymountainsprings.com/index.html 00 (353) 5786 27320
Gerry Browne Jewellers
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Trading for nearly fifty years, Gerry Browne Jewellers are “the family jewellers who care”. Specialising in all the top jewellery and watch brands, the stores provide in-house repairs, valuations, engraving, stone setting services.
Full Information http://www.gerrybrownejewellers.ie/ +353 (0)57 862 1636 (Main St) & 057 8620669 (Beside Easons)
Glenbarrow - Eco Walk
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The Eco Walk in Glenbarrow is a novel walk that has been developed in association with the local community. It consists of 10 stops which are identified by sequential numbers and the objective of this is to inform people about the environment while enjoying their walk.
Glenbarrow - Old Mill Loop
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The Glenbarrow Old Mill Loop starts and finishs at the Glenbarrow trailhead. The route starts along the bank of the Barrow and passes by a series of waterfalls including Clamp Hole Waterfall. It also takes in the Gallagher's Mill after which the walk is named.
Glenbarrow - Waterfall Loop
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This 7 km loop is one of three which start and finish at the Glenbarrow trailhead. It starts by following the River Barrow through mature coniferous woodland up to the impressive 3 tiered Clamp Hole waterfall. After the waterfall it turns left up the mountain along the Slieve Bloom way. The trail then turns left again along a forest road and back to the car park through young conifer plantations.