Where you’ll find a Silent Valley, the endless Mourne Wall and ‘bouldering’
Ireland’s newest city effortlessly mixes shopping, style and serenity
The only play fort of its kind in Ireland.! Exciting slides, tunnels, climbing wall, rope ...
Sew Make it, is a fresh-faced, modern craft fabric and haberdashery shop in Newcastle.
Stroll back in time and uncover a way of life on the farms of 100 years ago.
Pottery workshop producing a wide range of pottery gifts; also day and evening classes and one ...
Standing on the wooded slopes of the Holywood hills overlooking Belfast Lough.
Ballydorn is located upon the northeast coast of Ireland, upon Strangford Lough’s western shore.
Donaghadee Sailing Club's state of the art clubhouse provides spacious facilities over two floors
Cranfield Holiday Village has a Blue Flag Beach and miles of golden sand, blue sea and unspoilt ...
The exhibition charts the history of Irish Dance from the late 1800s to present day, through ...
Red Bull Foxhunt returns to Northern Ireland bigger and better than ever! On October 3rd and ...
The HACK (Hike Against Cruelty to Kids) walk is back in the Mournes for 2015!
¦SEPTEMBER 3rd 2015 – Memorial Talk – 34 Years as an Elected Representative, by Robert Turner ...
As part of the Skyrunning UK weekend, we will also hold an atmosphere building night event on ...
Free entry, guest speaker and film.
Outdoor sea water pool offering lifesaving, swimming awards and public swimming.
From high wild mountain passes to curving sandy beaches, Newcastle has them all.
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