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Posts tagged with "Lisnavagh Timber Project"

Visitors all the way from Cork

We recently had the pleasure of hosting a group of visitors from Cork – all members of the Cork Chapter of the Irish Woodturning Guild, who took up woodturning as a hobby following retirement. They were welcomed to Lisnavagh by William Bunbury and the team, and they enjoyed a talk by William on the history […]

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House and Home Magazine – Hot 100

Every year, House and Home magazine picks the people, products and services that you need to know about in 2010 – and beyond. In the Spring of 2007, the Lisnavagh Timber Project was at Number 46 in this list. Since then, we started to make Bunbury Boards and these are included in this year’s list […]

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The Carlow Nationalist & Leinster Times – 2nd May 2007

Rathvilly timber helping to save the forests In the few minutes it takes you to read this page, some 64 acres of virgin tropical hardwood forest will have been lost forever. One of our local people taking pride that all wood he provides is environmentally justified and traceable, not only down to the actual tree […]

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House and Home Magazine – Irish Hot 100

March/April 2007 Edition Ireland has blossomed into a nation of design heavy hitters. From world renowned artists to chic boutiques and bargainous auction houses, no stone has been left unturned in our style evolution. Don’t get left behind in the emerald revolution: read the House and Home hot list to get the lowdown on the […]

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The Carlow Nationalist & Leinster Times

Last week’s gales proved a windfall for Lisnavagh “It’s an ill wind that blows nobody any good” goes the proverb and this was certainly true for Tree Care Ireland and Lisnavagh Timber Project, when last week’s high winds resulted in damage to several old trees within Lisnavagh’s 250 acre woodland. Emily Bunbury, marketing director of […]

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