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Default Really enjoyed the Tollymore Year book

A friend of mine bought a copy of the Tollymore Year book and I was absolutely enchanted by the photographs in it. David Kirk has done an excellent job in portraying a place I used to go as a child. Some of the snow pictures are just wonderful!

I highly recommend this book to anyone who has fond childhood memories of Tollymore, and it's a lovely book that would look great on any coffee table.

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It's wonderful to get good feedback, thank you messy_jasmine. I continue to be surprised by the number of people who seem to have spent summers there growing up - Tollymore seems to be a real soft spot for many people!
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It is, but the book really reflects how wonderful a place it is. I like the way there's a little bit of history about the Park as well, that it's not just photographs, although I couldn't get enough of those!
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