THE Ewe Experience and sculpture garden in Glengarriff is looking for charities to benefit from its annual charity day tea party.
On Saturday June 10th all the money collected from entrance fees and cake sales will go directly to the chosen charity. Anyone interested should contact The Ewe Experience by email: [email protected]
‘We would like to encourage any charity looking for support to contact us, whether they’re local or national,’ says co-owner Kurt Lyndorff.
‘During the Winter we created lots of new and exciting art installations for the coming season, including a whole new section high up in the garden with fantastic views to Bantry bay and Esk mountains.’
This year the award-winning attraction in Glengarriff will be open June, July and August.
This is the 24th season for the interpretive sculpture garden and their annual charity day has benefitted a wide range of causes, including Crumlin Children’s Hospital, The Irish Heart Foundation, Cork Cancer Research Centre, Rehabcare, The National Learning Network, Bantry Hospice, The Alzheimer Society, Rural Animal Welfare Resources (RAWR), Bantry Care For The Aged and most recently CoAction.