Limerick City and County Council are encouraging people to embrace the joys of “Springtime in Limerick.”
Limerick City and County Council launch ‘Springtime in Limerick’ promotional event encouraging people to enjoy “Springtime in Limerick”
There will be a grand stretch in the evenings from this Sunday as the clocks spring forward by one hour.
It is a great time of year to get out and get active and Limerick City and County Council are encouraging people to embrace the joys of “Springtime in Limerick.”
“Springtime in Limerick” is celebrating the amazing activities and attractions as well as the great days and nights out that are possible across the city and county.
Take advantage of the brighter days and better weather by getting back to nature in some of Limerick’s parks and woodlands.
Enjoy a mini foodie trail taking in Limerick’s Milk Market or some of our award-winning cafes, bars and restaurants or plan a legendary night out with friends.
Spend time in Limerick’s museums or visit historical attractions like King John’s Castle, Foynes Flying Boat Museum, Lough Gur and St Mary’s Cathedral.
The promotion by Limerick City and County Council supports the tourism and hospitality sectors across Limerick.
A dedicated hub, with a seasonal round-up of activities has been created on Limerick.ie allowing people to check out all that Limerick has to offer
Donn O’Sullivan, Marketing and Communications Manager at Limerick City and County Council said, “As nature begins to bloom and renew itself in the spring, so too can the human spirit be refreshed and revitalized by spending time outdoors. Getting outside and enjoying the fresh air, sunshine, and natural beauty can help to boost our mood, reduce stress, and improve overall well-being. So, if you’re feeling a bit sluggish or uninspired, why not sample all that Limerick has to offer and let the nature of Limerick work its magic on your soul.”