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Action-packed programme for Spring in Fermanagh

SPRING is in the air and we’ve got a jam-packed season of events lined up at Castle Coole, Crom and Florence Court. Unleash your inner explorer with adventurous trails taking place at Castle Coole, Crom and Florence Court this Easter. What’s more, all eggsplorers will receive a delicious Cadbury chocolate treat at the end of each completed trail!

The Turf house and Crom Castle in the background

The Turf house and Crom Castle in the background

Egg trails cost £1 per child and every single Cadbury Easter Egg Trail helps support our special places. Start your trail at Castle Coole on Easter Sunday April 5.

Beginning from the Tunnel Yard, make your way around the estate, past the house and through the trees, finding plenty of clues and questions to solve!

There will be music and traditional games in the drying green. Keep an eye out for the Easter Bunny… Join the trails at Florence Court on Easter Sunday and Easter Monday Pick up your trail in the courtyard and start eggsploring the estate.

Join us for our Easter Monday Fun Day for plenty of Easter fun with craft stalls and live music with trails, games and living history tours. At Crom, the trail on Easter Sunday takes you through the estate past the lough and the Old Castle Ruins. Watch out for plenty of interesting wildlife along the way.

If you’re after a different Easter experience, visit Crom on Easter Monday and view Lough Erne as never before on Crom’s 100 year old traditional craft. Booking is essential for this event; contact Crom on 028 6773 8118 to book a trip.

Bring the whole family to Castle Coole on Saturday April 18, including your pets! Join us for Paws in the Park, a celebration of our four-legged friends.

Enter your pet in our dog show, pick up some behaviour tips and some dog-friendly goodies too. Our regular Rare Breeds Poultry Fair is taking place on Sunday May 3 and is the perfect time to pick up some chickens of your own.

We’ll finish Spring off with our annual Country Fair on May 24, an event not to be missed! We look forward to seeing you out and about over the springtime months.

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