Where we Live & Work
For those of you who have never visited our small corner of the world, we thought we'd introduce you to the county of Sligo.
This is where we live and work. It is a beautiful, and green part of Ireland, ideal grazing ground for the many varieties of sheep to be found here.
Take a little time and enjoy these beautiful views, and feel free to share, all we ask is you tag our instagram page just to help spread the word. instagram.com/theirishwoollenworkshop/
We'll keep adding to our Gallery, so do check back with us from time to time...
The clear-cut limestone mountain, Knocknarea, dominates the skyline over the Coolera peninsula and is one of the most striking landmarks in the entire country
Above and below. The amazing Ben Bulben, shaped during the ice age when Ireland was under glaziers. Originally it was a large plateau. Glaciers moving from the northeast to southwest shaped it into its present distinct formation. An striking image on a snowy afternoon!
Classiebawn Castle close to the head of Mullaghmore on County Sligo's Wild Atlantic Way
The 'Waiting on the Shore' monument at dusk. Rosses Point Co Sligo. This evocative sculpture by Niall Bruton, stands as a memorial to all those men from the Rosses Point parish and the Sligo community who lost their lives at sea, whilst also honouring the village women who watched and waited for the return of their men.