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“Looking at fairies on my farm is the same as looking at traffic in Dublin. But they don’t come everyday.”
“I kind of expect it. When I was younger if I hadn’t seen them, you’d think there was something wrong. I’ve seen them on a good few occasions after that.”
Pat Noone (52) lives on a 60-acre farm in Galway, and says that 16 acres of it is a fairy field – complete with a fairy fort, a fairy tree and a tunnel running through it.
On his land also lies a megalithic cairn and a fairy stone, monuments that have attracted visitors as far away from Pakistan.
“The fairy field” has the portal to the fairies – where the whitethorn meets the blackthorn. I have a cairn where an Irish chieftain was buried – there are a lot of those in Sligo.”
“The fairy field is a very special place and people have come out frightened out of it.”
We were lucky enough to get some 300 year old Irish Ash from Pat’s magical fairy farm & we have handcrafted “The Old Man” from it.
This one off beautiful piece set in a Celtic frame will bring some Irish fairy magic into your home