A host of marine-themed events for all ages will take place across the June Bank Holiday Weekend as part of the Hooked on the Sea festival at Hook Lighthouse in Co. Wexford, including a barbeque, lawn games on the lawns and an appearance by pirates.
For World Environment Day on 5 June and World Oceans Day on 8 June, Hook Lighthouse will be hosting talks on sustainability and environmental living.
A Traditional Fish and Chip Supper event will take place on the evening of Sunday June 5at 7.30 pm at Hook Lighthouse, with guests being able to partake in a bespoke guided tour of the 800-year-old lighthouse followed by a supper of locally caught fresh fish batter in beer batter and chips including a drinks reception of local craft beers and wines. Tickets are available by calling 051 397055.
Hooked on the Sea will be running across the Hook Peninsula during the June Bank Holiday Weekend, with activities also including paddle boarding, boat trips on the estuary, local produce picnics, foraging and sea-themed children's events. Further details can be found at HookHeritage.ie.
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