Location: Chapelizod Liffey Walk, Dublin.
Meeting Point: 12pm, February 9th 2020, outside the main entrance to Heuston Station, Dublin.
Length of Walk: A leisurely 2½ hours.
What is the Walk and Talk? This will be a social gathering and will provide an opportunity for those who stammer, their family and friends, or those with an interest in stammering to walk and talk as they make their way through city gardens, parks and along the banks of the river Liffey. We will begin in Heuston Station and make our way to the Gardens at the Royal Hospital, Kilmainham. We then head for Irish National War Memorial Park before joining the Liffey walk towards Chapelizod Village. After a short refreshment break in Chapelizod, we will enter the Phoenix Park and make our way towards the Knockmaree Dolmen which is one of the oldest structures in Dublin. We will finish our walk by making our way through the park towards Heuston Station. The walk is open to all ages, although children under 16 should be accompanied by an adult.
How do I take part? Please express your interest in this event before the February 7th 2020 by contacting firstname.lastname@example.org
What should I bring? Please ensure to bring comfortable walking shoes, raingear and fluids.
How do I get there? Heuston Station is serviced by Dublin Bus, LUAS tram and intercity rail. It has car parking facilities. It is a 20-25 minute walk to the city centre.
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