Larch Hill

Larch Hill is the national campsite, and administrative and training headquarters of Scouting Ireland. It was previously owned by Scouting Ireland (CSI).

Read more about Larch Hill:  Overview, History, Link With Scouting, Inhabitants, Traditions and Novelties, Larch Hill in The 21st Century, Activities, Ties With Local Scout Troops

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Kilmashogue - History - Larch Hill
... Also in Kelly's Glen is the estate of Larch Hill ... be the first place in Ireland that the British larch tree was planted ...
Scouts (Scouting Ireland) - The Phoenix Patrol Challenge - Winners
... Phoenix Patrol Challenge 2004/Larch Hill - 34th Limerick (Pallaskenry) 2005/Pallaskenry - 17th/20th Waterford (St ... Pauls) 2008/Larch Hill Lough Dan - Gold Recipients 91st Dublin (Bluebell), 11th Belfast (St. 2009/Mount Melleray Glenshellane - 7th Waterford (De La Salle) 2010/Larch Hill Lough Dan - 17th/20th Waterford (St ...
Larch Hill - Ties With Local Scout Troops
... Many local Groups have contributed to the establishment and development of Larch Hill ... Dublin, one of the nearest Groups to the hill, who gave Larch Hill the first forms of motorised transport — a truck chassis and engine ...

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