A light at the end of Covid tunnel

The historic Hook Lighthouse in County Wexford is set to reopen to visitors on June 29 as Covid-19 restrictions are slowly lifted in Ireland. There has been a lighthouse at Hook head for 800 years and the current version, which features outdoor dining facilities, is billed as the most popular tourist attraction in the county. Visitors will have to book in advance as there will be a limited number allowed each day for the foreseeable future.

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