How the Mourne Mountains inspired author CS Lewis and his land of Narnia
Explore a county buzzing with great golf, stunning lakes and the city of Newry
This was once a busy corn mill, in operation from the early 1800s and closing in the 1960s.
Got a head for heights? Want to see if you do?
This is undoubtedly the most commanding building in Newry designed by Thomas Duff.
Perfect for those who require first aid training to enable them to work in an outdoor environment.
In the Mourne Mountais, Rostrevor-cross country, downhill and bike hire with East Coast Adventure.
Sew Make it, is a fresh-faced, modern craft fabric and haberdashery shop in Newcastle.
Park and picnic at this historic canal lock, then hike up through Fathom Forest to viewpoint.
Whether your preference is laid back or action packed, join us at our award winning centre in ...
The exhibition commences with the establishment of the Newry Police Commissioners in 1828, the ...
The Mourne Skyline Mountain-Trail Race is a 35k race, incorporating 3,370m (11,057ft) of ...
Ireland's most exciting country artist, singer, songwriter Derek Ryan will be appearing live in ...
All aspects of transport in the Newry and Mourne area over the centuries are examined, including ...
Live stand up comedy with Ardal O'Hanlon with support from Paul Tylak and compere Ryan Hand.
Susan McCann and her band will be appearing in Kilmorey Arms Hotel, Kilkeel on 17th October 2015
The Psychic Ghost Walk includes a visit to Gallows Hill (after-dark) and the most hunted ...
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