National Ploughing Championships 2017

The National Ploughing Championships 2017 

National Ploughing Championship 2017

The 86th Annual National Ploughing Championships takes place 19th to 21st September 2016 at Screggan in Tullamore in County Offaly.
The ‘Local Enterprise Village’, at the National Ploughing Championships will be home to small businesses from around the country for the three days of the National Ploughing Championships.
Managed and funded by the Local Enterprise Offices, the Local Enterprise Village offers Irish start-ups and small businesses a launch-pad for new products and services, giving them the chance to impress the 280,000 visitors at Europe’s largest outdoor event.

We are excited to announce that Wild by Water represent LEO Dublin City in 2017.

WILD BY WATER design and produce funky, functional and fashionable bags featuring images of Irish coastal and waterside environments. Their designs are lifestyle driven for outdoor adventurers who spend their time exploring the natural beauty of the world around them.
Wild by Water’s Classic Collection of Clutches (sporty, fashion and folded), Day Sacks and Backpacks feature images of photographs from Irish coastal and waterside areas including: Inishmurray (Sligo); Skelligs and Skellig puffins (Kerry); Dublin Bay; Kerry Cliffs; Donegal Drystone; Flaggy-shore, Clare; Antrim; Cork; Mayo; Connemara – with many many more… and more to come.

Wild by Water’s Botanicals LUXE velvet collection features strong bold flora – all living and growing in Ireland. There are 6 in total – Fushia, Hydrangea (pink and purple), Lillies, Cactus (both from the National Botanic Gardens), and Orchids (our very own) — all fabulous.

Fabric and materials vary across the range but there is an emphasis on “water-tight and rainproof” so that all your belongings remain dry while you adventure – whatever the weather.Sustainability and sourcing sustainable materials is important to the Wild By Water Brand. Where possible they have sourced recycled fabrics and materials.

Check out footage of the Local Enterprise Village here: