Agri-events

Today, May 18

Glanbia Co-op Society Special General Meeting to vote on Glanbia Ireland proposals, 12 noon, Punchestown Event Centre

Waterford Leader Partnership LEADER information workshop, Park Hotel, Dungarvan 7.30–9pm. Attendance at a workshop is compulsory if you intend to apply for funding. Book at info@wlp.ie or 058 546 46, see wlp.ie

Draft river basin management plan public consultation, Civic Centre, Croom, Co Limerick, 7:30-9pm (watersandcommunities.ie)

Sunday, May 21

Bandon Agricultural Show, Co Cork

Point to point horse racing at Dromahane, Co Cork

Tuesday, May 23

Draft river basin management plan public consultation, Walter Raleigh Hotel, Youghal, Cork; and Desmond Complex, Gortboy, Co Limerick, both 7:30-9pm (watersandcommunities.ie)

Meitheal na mBan, Munster women in farming network meeting, Arches Bar and Restaurant, Mallow, Co Cork, 8pm

IFA Hill Sheep Forum, Connemara, Co Galway, 3pm Callin Conneely’s farm, Letterdyfe, Roundstone, Connemara, Co Galway and 6pm at

Peacocks, Maam Cross, all farmers welcome

Wednesday, May 24

Draft river basin management plan public consultation,

Village Hall, Main St, Blackabbey, Adare, Co Limerick, 7:30-9pm (watersandcommunities.ie)

ICMSA Limerick meeting, Devon Inn, Templeglantine, 8.30pm, speaker John Enright, General Secretary ICMSA

Saturday, May 27

Point to point horse racing at Tralee Racecourse, Co Kerry

Sunday, May 28

Point to point horse racing at Inchydoney, Clonakilty, Co Cork

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