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Burying the hatchet at Ballyglunin

Wednesday, 24th May, 2017 10:27am
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Burying the hatchet at Ballyglunin

Photo: Ray Ryan

Burying the hatchet at Ballyglunin

Photo: Ray Ryan

By Mark Walsh

FOR those looking to do an alternative activity, throwing axes in Ballyglunin is about as unique as you’ll find in this part of the world.
It may sound far-fetched, but it's the newest feature at the Galway Glamping site. Not surprisingly, it’s a lot of fun.
 It's the brainchild of Sean Boyle and his partner Andrea Nolan, who returned home from Canada last December, and went about the task of setting up their new Tom O’Hawks initiative.
Glamping has been thriving under the stewardship of Sean's parents Joe and Kathleen since 2012, but now two firing ranges for throwing urban axes and double bit axes have added to the experience on offer.

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