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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 Irish Times – “Interiors” Supplement

An article in today’s Irish Times supplement magazine, “Interiors”, features the Lisnavagh Timber Project as the first on it’s list of “Environmental choices”.

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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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The Sunday Times (Property section) – 8th October 2006

How fallen trees are helping stop the rot William Bunbury McClintock has found some inventive ways to make his family estate pay its way, finds Niall Toner If Lisnavagh House survives for another hundred years, it will be thanks to the energy of William McClintock Bunbury, weddings, a recent dose of reality television and the […]

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Lisnavagh to feature in “The Mentor” TV series

1st October 2005 For the past few weeks, the TV cameras have been following us here at Lisnavagh while two Mentors (Jay Bourke & Jeanne Bolger) take a close look at the estate and everything that goes on here for the new TV series, “The Mentor”, currently showing on RTE1 at 10.15pm on Thursday nights. […]

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Lancashire Woodlands Project – Final Report

The following is an extract from the Lancashire Woodlands Project Final Report covering their activities from 2001 to 2004. In April 2004 the project officer and representatives of the steering group visited the Lisnavagh Timber Project in Co. Carlow Ireland. This business is built on experience gained in Lancashire by William McClintock-Bunbury and is proving […]

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