Where you’ll find a Silent Valley, the endless Mourne Wall and ‘bouldering’
Ireland’s newest city effortlessly mixes shopping, style and serenity
Rugged coastline at the mouth of Strangford Lough
The site contains two early churches situated back to back.
Short walk through Castlewellan Forest Park.
Take a step back in history and view this 17th century artillery fort, set in beautiful grounds.
Although not known as an apple producing county, apples were grown and small batches of cider ...
The Cathedral stands on the site where Saint Colman built his first church around 514AD.
Back in the 1920’s and 1930’s Quinn’s Bar was a combination of a pub and a grocer shop.
Annadorn Dolmen at Loughinisland is a heritage site of major interest. A slightly displaced ...
Celtic Soul returns to the heart of Down to pay homage to one of the truly great ...
Banish the new year blues in song and meet other people who enjoy singing as part of a group.
The Bank Bar & Restaurant is located in the heart of Newry, directly across from the Town Hall.
The new state of the art golfing complex has 16 bays with automated teeing systems, so you can ...
'Under the Tree' a seasonal exhibition by Ards Crafts.
Set across 50 acres in the beautiful surroundings of Castlewellan Forest Park, Castlewellan ...
Emma Whitehead is a textile artist who incorporates unwanted watches, discarded jewellery and ...
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