At the event the overall winner of the competition will be announced and certificates will be presented to the twelve shortlisted entrants by Teagasc Director, Professor Frank O’Mara. Attendees can also learn about the history of Oak Park House via a short guided tour.
Tea, coffee and finger food will be provided on the night. This event is free but must be pre-booked. Please note that places are limited, therefore early booking is essential. Registrations must be made by an adult and all children must be accompanied by an adult at events. This event is part of the Festival of Farming and Food sponsored by SFI and Teagasc.
LocationCarlow, Carlow, Ireland
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