Happy Birthday to Meabh and Saoirse

first_imgAdvertisement There is a big birthday celebration taking place at Bunratty Castle and Folk Park on Sunday 23rd February as Meabh and Saoirse – Bunratty’s resident Irish wolfhounds – turn two years old!To celebrate the occasion Shannon Heritage, part of the Shannon Group, is holding a big birthday bash at Bunratty Castle from 1pm – 4pm.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up There will be a variety of activities and entertainment for all the family taking place during the afternoon including face-painting, a kiddies disco, a LEGO play and performances from the very popular Konor the Clown.Pictured with Irish Wolfhound Meabh at Bunratty Castle and Folk Park are Breesha Shinners (age 8) and her brother Eoinín (age 4) from Limerick.Don’t miss the opportunity to sing Happy Birthday to Meabh and Saoirse as the wolfhounds are presented with a very special birthday present of a neckerchief at 2pm. Both Meabh and Saoirse are looking forward to having all their fans and friends there for the special occasion! Speaking about the birthday celebration, Niall O’Callaghan, Managing Director of, Shannon Heritage said: “Since coming to Bunratty Castle and Folk Park, Meabh and Saoirse have really made themselves at home and are proving to be really popular with our visitors. We are proud of our great team here that takes excellent care of Meabh and Saoirse ensuring that they are very happy at Bunratty Castle.“This will be a great celebration with a fantastic afternoon of entertainment. It’s not every day you get to have a birthday party for two Irish wolfhounds.”The two Irish wolfhounds were named after Shannon Heritage ran a competition on its Facebook page where it invited members of the public to suggest potential names.Entries were received from all over Ireland, UK, India, US and as far afield as New Zealand. In the end, Tipperary Lady, Charlotte Bond was chosen as the winner. Her suggestion of Meabh and Saoirse was chosen from over 1000 names. WhatsApp NewsHappy Birthday to Meabh and SaoirseBy Meghann Scully – February 12, 2020 565 Facebook Previous articleFarrell and O’Donoghue released from Irish camp ahead of Munster’s Pro14 returnNext articleWATCH: Larkham full of praise for Ireland’s Munster contingent Meghann Scullycenter_img Linkedin Email Print Twitterlast_img read more