Upland Native Tree Planting Notice
Tuesday 21st April 2021
These native trees [seen in the image] have been planted by Luggala Estate to restore upland native woodland cover on the estate.
Luggala receives funding for heritage and biodiversity projects
Tuesday 30th March 2021
Luggala Estate Limited is delighted to announce that two exciting projects, Luggala Nature and Luggala Heritage, have both received funding from County Wicklow Partnership under the 2020 EU LEADER Biodiversity application programme.
Pure Project membership
Friday 26th February 2021
As guardians of a particularly fragile and sensitive landscape, located within the heart of the Wicklow mountains, the Luggala estate is committed to the principles of the leave no trace approach.
Luggala Estate returns historic Galway Gate to its rightful home.
Friday 16 October 2020
Luggala Estate was delighted to help facilitate the return of the historic 17th Century Galway Gate to the west of Ireland this Summer. The Gate is believed to have come to Luggala from the previous owner Garech de Bruin’s childhood home in Co. Mayo. The assumption is that it was intended to be restored as a folly near Lough Tay, but it was never put up on Luggala Estate. The Gate lay in pieces, an unidentified heap of limestone, for many years until rediscovered by estate worker Seamus Hayes, more than a year after Garech’s death in 2018.