International Camp Ireland in Bundoran, Co. Donegal
The program hosts students (under 18s) from all over the world and they participate in activities such as theatre, dance, Gaelic football, film-making, cookery and Irish language lessons. Students will also take part in SUP, kayak and surfing lessons (because Bundoran is the surf capital of Ireland)! The students have the opportunity to go on day trips around Ireland and spend their free time exploring the seaside town of Bundoran. We also offer Residential Accommodation for groups of students, or the opportunity for students to stay with nearby host families.
The 148th Open is delighted to offer Irish Chamber members the opportunity to secure your place in one of our premium experiences available across all four Championship Days at The 148th Open.
The Open is making a much anticipated return to Northern Ireland for the first time in almost 70 years and around 190,000 spectators will descend on the beautiful Causeway Coast for a true festival of golf which is set to be the biggest sporting event ever to be held on the island of Ireland. Read More
Have you ever dreamed of owning your own cask of personally-labeled small-batch distilled Irish Whiskey?
Irish Veterans are pleased to announce a new and exciting initiative from our Partners here in Kinsale, BLACKS Brewery & Distillery.
The Blacks Distillery Founders Club offers an exclusive opportunity to secure ownership of limited edition whiskey casks produced by Blacks Distillery. This is a unique opportunity to acquire an exceptionally rare whiskey, with numbered casks, limited edition labeling and certificates of authentication.
Perfect as an investment, a gift, or for military/veterans/law enforcement/first-responder units or groups.
British Prime Minister Theresa May had hoped that the third time would do the trick. After failing twice to get her withdrawal agreement with the EU through Parliament, she was gearing up for a fresh attempt last week, until she was blocked by the Speaker of the House of Commons and by the European Council. The Speaker declared that the British government could not put substantively the same motion before Parliament twice in the same legislative session. The Council had refused to modify the withdrawal agreement, which made the Speaker’s decision unavoidable, and it later imposed unexpectedly firm terms on May’s request for an extension. She had requested a short extension to conclude by June 30, knowing that her government could not now meet its schedued exit date of March 29.