FERGUS FINLAY: The rebirth of rural Ireland is down to the hard work of women

One of the things that never ceases to amaze me is the drive and the creativity of people living and working in rural Ireland, writes Fergus Finlay

Anna May McHugh of the National Ploughing Association with Elizabeth Hanniffy from the Laois Hunt. Picture: Alf Harvey

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