We would like to wish our colleague, Áine Bird, the very best on her maternity leave. Kate Lavender will be the acting Coordinator of Burrenbeo Trust in Áine’s absence.
We would also like to extend our warm welcome to two new team members!
Karen van Dorp has joined us as a Field Technical Officer for the new Hare’s Corner project and will be liaising with landowners in Co. Clare for site assessments and biodiversity actions. Karen is an ecologist with a broad interest in natural and cultural history and has been a long time supporter and volunteer of the Trust.
John Lambe has joined us as the Administration Officer. John founded and operated a Chartered Accountancy practice in Tipperary from which he retired recently after 40 years. He is also a long time member of Burrenbeo and we are delighted that he is bringing his skills and experience to the work of the Trust.
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Burrenbeo Business Members’ News in brief:
The Burren Farm Experience has Burren premium beef available to pre order and they will be delivering nationwide from September 3rd.
Airmid Natural Handmade Skincare have opened a new retail shop in Ennistymon.
Burren Smokehouse and ‘Taste the Atlantic the Salmon Experience’ is now fully open daily 9.00 – 17.00.
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Burrenbeo Trust is a landscape charity that does not receive any core funding. We work hard to sustain our 25 plus programmes each year, connecting people with place and their role in caring for them. There are many ways you can support us.