For a small city, Newry packs in the attractions
Land of the Mourne Mountains, inspiration for Narnia
The Brontë Homeland in Northern Ireland.
It consists of an irregular burial chamber, once covered by a massive capstone.
Camlough Lake stretches for two kilometres along the Camlough Valley.
Corliss Fort is one of the best-preserved bivallate raths in County Armagh.
One of the most intimate ways to experience the countryside as nature intended it is on horseback.
Excellent example of a tower-house and bawn built about 1568.
At Mourne Bikes we offer bike hire, skills courses and guided rides throughout the beautiful ...
Kilkeel harbour was first started in the 1850s and a pier was built in 1868 with further ...
Fabulous walk with experienced walker and local historian to explore the stories of the famine walls
Art and craft summer scheme
Listen to stories and music provided by local talent
The enjoyment continues after your walk!Groups meet in the following venues.FRIDAY NIGHT - ...
spend the evening with masters of the art of story and music
All aspects of transport in the Newry and Mourne area over the centuries are examined, including ...
¦SEPTEMBER 3rd 2015 – Memorial Talk – 34 Years as an Elected Representative, by Robert Turner ...
The exhibition commences with the establishment of the Newry Police Commissioners in 1828, the ...
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