This afternoon.

Centre Parcs Longford.

Invited slebs, including telly’s Baz Ashmawy and Karen Koster, help launch “Ireland’s largest waterpark”, the Subtropical Swimming Paradise, at the official launch of Center Parcs Longford Forest.

The pair were among 2,000 guests (but not us, sad face) on hand to preview the resort before it welcomes its first cash-paying ‘Billy Bunters’ this coming Monday.

Centre Parcs Longford Forest

Leon Farrell/Photocall Ireland

19 thoughts on “Parcs Life

    1. Johnny Green

      Is Lowry not…….
      “In 2013, the São Paulo State Prosecutor filed civil and criminal complaints against the principals of Brookfield Gestao de Empreendimentos, Brookfield’s retail real estate subsidiary in Brazil, accusing them of bribing local officials to attain construction permits and other loopholes in the expansion of multiple São Paulo shopping malls. Brookfield has denied the charges.”
      https://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20150513006485/en/criminal-case-principals-Brookfield-Asset-Management-NYSE

  1. Ian-O

    You’d get away to Spain or Portugal for the same money.

    And you wouldn’t be anywhere near Longford.

    Still, they had two z list celebs at the opening so there is that.

    1. Rob_G

      It wouldn’t be my cup of tea either; but still, it will provide jobs in a part of the country not-overrun with employment opportunities.

    1. Scundered

      The earliest I remember is when he was part of a male trio doing a travel show for RTE. Might have been TV3

    1. Rob_G

      “To win YOUR night of passion with Baz Ashmawy, simply complete the phrase:

      ‘I love Longford because _______ and my safe word is _______’ “

  2. won't you join too

    https://youtu.be/ghKy8FRhs28
    After the company spent up to €3m on marketing and advertising in Ireland, Mr Dalby is confident that consumers here will be persuaded it’s worth the price, and that the park’s 466 accommodation units will be full.
    “We expect 90pc occupancy,” he says of their first year – even in the depths of winter, as it is open 365 days a year.

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