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Conservation at Crann

Conservation at Crann is a vast 20 acre accessible site for families to roam natural woodland, wildflower fields and riversides at Monymusk, Kanturk, Co. Cork. It is a place where families can spend time together in an accessible natural environment. 

Conservation at Crann is for use by children, adults and families living with neuro-physical disabilities who are registered clients of Crann, their families and invited guests. 

All visitors must complete an online booking prior to attending. We cannot facilitate visitors who have not pre-booked.

Upcoming Events

Tour with Eanna Ni Lamhna | Sunday June 23 2024

Booking essential. RSVP to todonovan@cranncentre.ie

How to Request a Booking

For enquiries about visiting Conservation at Crann, please contact Tara O’Donovan on 021 428 9267 or email todonovan@cranncentre.ie

Conservation at Crann is for use by children, adults and families living with neuro-physical disabilities who are registered clients of Crann, their families and invited guests. 

All visitors must complete an online booking prior to attending. We cannot facilitate children, adults or families who have not pre-booked.

Begin your journey with Crann by filling out the Referral Form here or call us on 021 428 9267 to speak to a member of the team. You will find more information about our services and who we support at this link.

Our 3 Simple Rules

Dogs

No Dogs

Except for service dogs with leads on. This is to protect the animals that live on site.

Bicycles

No Bicycles

This is to ensure a pleasant and confident experience for other users.

Book

You Must Book

Every individual coming on-site must be pre-booked. Entry will be refused to anyone who isn’t listed at pre-booking.

Conservation at Crann is a working ecological site, where the native plants, animals, fish and birds that make their home on the site are nurtured.

The opportunity to experience nature at one’s own pace is an important part of experiencing life as an equal participant and Conservation at Crann has been designed to provide just this opportunity.

The Wanderly App brings the animals who call this space their home to life. Check out the Wanderly icons throughout Conservation at Crann to enhance your experience!

We Live Here

We Grow Here
FAQ's

How do I to Conservation at Crann?

Conservation at Crann is located approximately 4km outside Kanturk, off the road to Newmarket. Use the Eircode P51 AK52 or follow this link on Google Maps: https://goo.gl/maps/U5EfP7Grh57QcJWm6 

Are dogs allowed?

No dogs are allowed on-site, except for service dogs with leads on. This is to protect the animals that live on site.

Are bicycles allowed?

No bicycles are allowed. This is to ensure a pleasant and confident experience for other users.

Do I need a booking or can I turn up?

Every individual coming on-site must be pre-booked. Entry will be refused to anyone who isn’t listed at pre-booking. This is to ensure that volunteer cover is available for guest safety.

What accessible facilities are available?

Paths are flat and well maintained. The River Trail can be accessed via the Meadow Trail to avoid an incline that may be too steep for some. All paths are car and van accessible in case of an emergency.

There is ample accessible parking on site and an accessaloo accessible toilet with changing facilities and hoist. Picnic benches are also wheelchair friendly.

How long are the trails?

The Vista Trail on top of the hill is 409m long. The Meadow Trail, among the wildflower bed is 250m long. The River Trail at the base of the hill is 180m long.The River Trail can be accessed via the Meadow Trail to avoid a steep incline.

Can I bring food?

You are welcome to bring food. Tea/coffee and water can be made available for events. There are wheelchair friendly picnic benches on site. Please protect the environment by disposing of your litter in the bins provided.

When are the wildflowers in bloom?

Wildflowers are in bloom in June, July and August.

Are there staff on site?

Volunteers will be on site during your visit for your comfort and safety. All volunteers are trained in First Aid and use of AED.

Mission Statement

Our mission is to provide a safe and accessible natural setting for families and individuals to enjoy interaction with a natural environment.

Provide learning opportunities relevant to the natural flora and fauna present in the designated conservation area.

Provide accessible opportunities for families and individuals to engage in appropriate conservation activities.

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