This old fair was far more important in olden times than it is now. This fair was always held in a field, which is called the "fair" green, but the town fairs are usually held in the streets. Usually, there is always luck money or a 'luck penny' given when selling a beast, and when the bargain is made the parties shake hands. The animals are marked when sold with raddle. When an animal is sold the halter is usually given away.
School: Mount Plunkett (roll number 8096)
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Another name for this Cromlech is "Lopa-Erma." It is said that this name was got from the giant that put it up.
Under the cross stones of the cromlech there is said to be stone steps for a long way down in the ground and it is said to be closed up by the chieftain O'Kelly some years ago.