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A brilliant success!
Friday to Sunday signalled the arrival of what was hopefully the first of many great summer gatherings in the wilds of Inishowen.
The gathering organised by a committee including verteran environmentalists & artists Brendan Farren and Kathleen O'Hara, attracted 100s of people from all over to this remote and magical corner of Ireland.