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Go pony trekking through the South Armagh terrain at Greenvale Equestrian Centre. In the heart ...
We invite budding readers, writers and singers to join us in celebrating the written word in all ...
The Patrisse is a long established cafe situated in Banbridge Town centre.
The Poacher’s Pocket is situated in the heart of picturesque County Down.
Paws 4 Tea is the ideal place to come after a long walk through the beautiful countryside.
Have a go at medieval archery in the very place where Game of Thrones was filmed!
Well established bar with a friendly atmosphere and staff.The Red Star is a small public bar.
Banbridge Historical Society hosts a talk on Irish Quilts and Coverlets from the year 1750- 1950 ...
Basic Crochet class for Adults with local artist Naomi Whan.
Ganaway is situated on a 13 acre site just outside the village of Ballywhiskin and is an ...
The competition format is singles stableford, with scores from all three days counting towards ...
The Cathedral welcomes John Anderson and the Voices of Ireland who will be giving a recital in ...
Newry's vibrant venue for art exhibitions, workshops, theatre, and dance.
The second round of the Northern Ireland Sprint Championship should offer some exciting racing.
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