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The Science Behind Curling - Throwing Rocks at Houses

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The Science Behind Curling - Throwing Rocks at Houses
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Find out all about the science and story of curling at this fun, interactive event, where you’ll get the chance to meet representatives from the All-Ireland National Curling Team, as well as giving it a go yourself.

Originally an outdoor winter sport, curling - which is played on ice - now takes place in rinks and arenas around the world. A key fixture in the Winter Olympics, the sport was actually invented in Scotland, with the stones used in curling made of granite from the island of Ailsa Craig.

Why not come along to find out more about this fascinating sport, enjoy our floor-curling

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