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Number 8: ‘Exploring Ireland’s Wild Atlantic Way’ by David Flanagan & Richard Creagh and ‘Cycling in Ireland’ by David Flanagan.

Selected by: Brian

First Published: Wild Atlantic Way (2016), Cycling (2018) by Three Rock Books.

Available: From public libraries, bookshops and the publisher: Exploring Ireland’s Wild Athantic Way and Cycling in Ireland.

Why? “Both books are beautifully illustrated and contain comprehensive maps, diagrams, descriptions and tips to help readers get the most from touring along the Wild Atlantic Way or exploring Ireland from a bike saddle.”

Who would like this? “Anyone seeking to explore the West of Ireland by car, bike or foot or planning cycling trips around Ireland.”

Anything else? “For those with a ‘head for heights’, there are also Rock Climbing in Ireland   and Bouldering in Ireland from the same publisher.”

Great-Irish Non-Fiction’ is a reading list of 100 books chosen by YOU and highlighted over the coming weeks. If you would like to include a favourite leave your suggestion below.

Previously:
Maura ‘Soshin’ O’Halloran
Kevin C Kearns
Ed Moloney
Gene Kerrigan
Bobby Sands
George O’Brien
Terence Patrick Dolan

Last week, with a free family pass to see the Longines FEI Jumping Nations Cup™ this Friday at the Dublin Horse Show on offer, we asked you:

Why you would deserve such a prize?

‘Neighbour from Heaven’ won the pass with this desperate plea:

“Not wishing to be pushy,but I deserve the family ticket as my landlord has decided to sell up. The wife and our two kids have been lucky to find a new place to reside but the rent increases by €300 a month. We both work full time and any savings are now going to be lost on rent. She’s horse mad. Please give her something nice. Please :(“

Thanks all

Dublin Horse Show

Pic: Paul Sherwood

Last week” Where’s Me Showjumper

Graham writes:

I lknow you don’t normally do this but I lost my phone last Saturday night in Malahide, [Dublin 13] or in the taxi that dropped me back to [nearby] Bayside

The phone is a Samsung Galaxy S7, it’s not in a case but it is in good condition except for a small chip to the screen. The only identifiable mark is a sticker on the back with a barcode and IMEI number.

The phone itself wouldn’t turn on for me (which is why I took it out of its case) but it contains a micro SD card with all my photos on it. No luck at Garda station or cab company.

Most of the photos are of my son since birth, and it was his 1st birthday this weekend so the photos are a particularly big loss…

Anyone?

Saucer-eyed ‘revellers’ at Electric Picnic 2017

Every week, we give away a voucher worth TWENTY FIVE Euros to spend at any of the many Golden Discs Stores nationwide.

This week’s theme: Festival high.

What live performance at a Summer festival – in Ireland or ‘abroad’ – remains burned in your memory FOREVER.

One glorious moment in a field off your bin or just high on life.

To enter,  please complete this sentence;

‘My most euphoric festival moment was watching________________performing______________because_________________’

Lines Must Close at 5.15pm extended until MIDNIGHT!

Golden Discs