West Cork business says COVID19 has closed some doors but opened up other possibilities

A well known West Cork company says although the COVID19 outbreak has forced them to close part of their business it has also provided them with another opportunity to continue contributing to the local economy.

Glebe Gardens has announced it will close its café following the outbreak of the virus however its gardens are to remain open to the public.

Management at the Baltimore based business are to supply local produce, and are also exploring the possibility of hosting a number of evening dinners, private parties, small concerts, and small weddings in the amphitheater on site.

Speaking to RedFM News owner of Glebe Gardens Tessa Perry says they've already had inquiries about gigs and weddings:

And Tessa Perry told RedFM News the COVID19 outbreak has forced everyone to adapt and it's also shone a light on the importance of shopping local:

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