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Glenveagh staff visit Dáil 19.11.07

STAFF from Donegal's national park were invited guests recently at Dáil Eireann.
More than 30 of the workers from Glenveagh National Park were treated to a special tour of Leinster House.
They were hosted by local representatives including Donegal North East T.D., Deputy Niall Blaney and Minister of State, Pat 'The Cope' Gallagher.
Glenveagh is a jewel in Donegal's crown. It was built between 1870 and
Staff from Glenveagh National Park at Dail Eireann.
1873 spans 40,873 acres of mountains, lakes, glens and woods. It also plays host to a herd of native red deer.
It also boasts a Scottish-style castle and is surrounded by one of the most beautiful gardens in Ireland.
It receives thousands of visitors a year and includes a visitor centre complete with audio-visual shows and exhibits.
Visitor Centre is accessible for visitors with disabilities.
Glenveagh Castle
Visitors can also enjoy morning and afternoon teas in the Castle tearooms and the building has disability access.
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