A wild Highland fling

Repro Free: Monday 3rd April 2017. The Minister for Transport, Tourism and Sport, Shane Ross, officially launched the new innovative multi-lingual audio guides at Powerscourt Estate in Enniskerry, Co. Wicklow. Powerscourt Estate is the first visitor attraction in Ireland to use the cutting- edge technology for these multilingual guides, which are available in five languages – English, Chinese, German, Spanish and French. These tours with a difference are narrated personally by the two families and owners of Powerscourt over the past 800 years – Anthony Wingfield (11th Lord Powerscourt) and the third generation of the Slazenger family to manage the Estate and Gardens, cousins Sarah and Alex Slazenger. Pictured is Alex Slazenger, Sarah Slazenger, Minister for Transport, Tourism and Sport, Shane Ross and Anthony Wingfield (11th Lord Powerscourt). Picture Jason Clarke

Mark Leslie and Jill Robins from the Powerscourt Estate in Wicklow, attended a wild Scottish ceili at the UK AHI (Association for Heritage Interpretation) Awards in Inverness Scotland.  National Geographic declared Powerscourt to be the third most beautiful garden in the world.  And Martello’s introductory audiovisual theatre, and multilingual audioguides beat both Hampton Court, and Kew Gardens, to win the 2017 AHI Discovery Award for landscape and garden interpretation.  Martello is now helping Powerscourt with it’s new Whiskey Distillery project.