Seal Rescue Ireland hold a host of Easter events

Seal Rescue Ireland releases four grey seals on Courtown's south beach on Saturday.
Seal Rescue Ireland releases four grey seals on Courtown's south beach on Saturday.

Seal Rescue Ireland are encouraging people from across the county to get involved in their seal-centred activities over the Easter holidays.

On March 26, they will hold a seal release on Courtown Beach at 2 p.m., followed by an Easter Egg Hunt at 3 p.m. There will also be playschool discovery days on March 23 and 30 will feature crafts, music and seal watching for children aged two to five. A teen upcycling workshop will teach teenagers how to make items from recycled materials on March 29, while the stranding network training on March 31 will teach budding volunteers what they need to know about caring for the rescued seals.

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