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Celebrity Cooking - Student Enterprise Competition 2012

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Uploaded on Feb 28, 2012

Student Enterprise Competition 2012

With mountains, glorious countryside and river valleys all close at hand, Carlow is a county worth discovering and exploring. Against a beautiful landscape visitors to Carlow will uncover a great holiday experience -- exhilarating outdoor adventure, traditional rural life, vibrant shopping and a rich cultural heritage.
Home to three of Ireland's key national walking routes -- the South Leinster, the Barrow and the Wicklow Ways -- Carlow is blessed with hundreds of miles of excellent and varied walking. The golfing visitor will find an impressive variety of golfing facilities to suit all levels while the Rivers Barrow and Slaney and their many tributaries provide exciting activities for the passive and active water enthusiast.
Co. Carlow is steeped in historical and archaeological artefacts from pagan sites such as the Brownshill Dolmen to ecclesiastical settlements, many of which are of national significance. The Carlow Garden Trial is another gem for visitors to enjoy featuring a collection of eighteen gardening attractions including great old gardens such those at Altamont and smaller gardens which are maturing beautifully with time. Award winning garden centres and forest parks complement the joy of a visit here.
On the arts front the VISUAL Centre for Contemporary Art and the George Bernard Shaw Theatre is a dynamic multi-disciplinary arts facility presenting the best of local, national and international work in the visual and performing arts. Standing in a strategic location in the centre of Carlow Town, it rivals its contemporaries in New York, Berlin or Toyko in terms of its scale and contemporary architecture.
Situated in the South East of Ireland, approximately 90km from the ferry and airports of Dublin, Rosslare and Waterford, Carlow is one of Ireland's most charming inland counties. Its central location offers the perfect base to explore the surrounding counties of Wexford, Kilkenny, Wicklow, Kildare and Laois.

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