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Find out what the ICL team was up to this week in the country.
21 April 2021 Features
A Week in the Country
Find out what the ICL team have been up to this week in the country
31 March 2021 Features
Week in the country
Find out what the ICL team have been up to this week in the country
Week in the country
Find out what the ICL team are up to this week in the country
24 March 2021 Features
Week in the Country
Find out what the ICL team have been up to this week in the country
17 March 2021 Features
A Week in the Country
See what's happening with the ICL team for this week in the country
27 January 2021 Features
Reader writes: poetry corner with Tara Mary Hogan
Sitting in her Copenhagen flat in lockdown, Tara Mary Hogan’s mind wanders free, penning a short poem for Easter.
11 April 2020 Features
The winner is ...
The winners of the world’s very first men’s sheds poetry contest are announced in Dublin.
2 May 2018 Features
“I come from scraggy farm and moss”- A Peacock’s Feather
To mark the upcoming fourth anniversary of Seamus Heaney’s death on 30 August, Anne O’Donoghue delves into the poet’s rural roots
23 August 2017 Features
Children's poetry: 'Feed the animals with their hay, you must do this every day'
Irish Country Living was sent in this lovely poem about farming recently by nine-year-old Rose O’Brien from Durrow, Co Laois.
14 May 2016 Blog
Poem: The Ploughing Match
A poem written by Eibhlin Robinson about the recent ploughing match.
30 November -0001 News