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Irish Landmark Reveals New Project During Annual Event


By Laura Chabal
20th Oct 2015
Irish Landmark Reveals New Project During Annual Event

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Last night, Monday 19th of October, Irish Landmark Trust hosted their annual drinks party in the beautiful Merrion Mews coach house. A variety of guests from the?fashion, design and architectural worlds came together to discover the Trust’s newest restoration project: a garden in honour of the legendary designer?Sybil Connolly.

The Irish Landmarkers community plays a crucial role in the continuation of Irish Landmark Trust’s conservation work. A?non-profit organisation which finds interesting buildings and properties that are in need of care and preservation, ?the Trust has restored a number of ?lighthouses and schoolhouses, follies, castles and gate lodges and transformed?them into very special self-catering holiday accommodations since 1992. ?For a really special weekend away, that will help fund future projects, check out?http://www.irishlandmark.com.