Wallace Park

This 26-acre park was given to the town of Lisburn by its landlord, Sir Richard Wallace in 1884 as ‘a public park and recreation ground’. Originally known as the People’s Park it was renamed Wallace Park by the Town Commissioners after Sir Richard’s … [Read more...]

Biodiversity Halloween Autumn Event

Biodiversity Halloween Autumn Event - Come in your best festive fancy dress and enjoy  15 spaces available. Please note places will be confirmed in writing when registration forms are returned If you require additional information please … [Read more...]

Biodiversity Halloween Autumn Event

a5-flyer 15 spaces available. Please note places will be confirmed in writing when registration forms are returned If you require additional information please contact, Events Student 028 92509551 Events.student@lisburncastlereagh.gov.uk … [Read more...]

Castle Gardens

Castle Gardens is the most historically significant open space in Lisburn and was once the site of Lisburn Castle, a 17th century fortified manor house, built by the Conway family, the landlords of Lisburn. Upon the death of the last landlord, Sir … [Read more...]

Broad Water – Aghalee village to Moira Railway Station

This pleasant route begins in the village of Aghalee and follows the line of the towpath of the old Lagan Canal to Moira Railway Station. A concealed entrance is located just off the Soldierstown Road. From here one can see the surviving … [Read more...]

Castle Gardens

Castle Gardens is the most historically significant open space in Lisburn and was once the site of Lisburn Castle, a 17th century fortified manor house, built by the Conway family, the landlords of Lisburn. Upon the death of the last landlord, Sir … [Read more...]

Moira Demesne

Moira Demesne is located in picturesque village of Moira. It is situated off the Main Street and is a popular landmark, providing a quiet escape from the busy village. The Park is comprised of over 40 acres of parkland and offers areas of amenity … [Read more...]

Lisburn & Castlereagh City Council, Lisburn Wildlife Watch and Lagan Valley Regional Park Plant Wildflowers in McIlroy Park, Lisburn.

The Wildflower project was completed in partnership with Lisburn & Castlereagh City Council, Lagan Valley Regional Park along with children from the Lisburn Wildlife Watch, a junior branch of Ulster Wildlife. Everyone was delighted to come … [Read more...]

Moat Park

Situated in the heart of Dundonald, the Moat Park offers idyllic walks around the historic Motte as well as provides a valuable link to shops in the village.  Close by stands the Church of St Elizabeth which dates from 1306, providing an interesting … [Read more...]

Lagan Valley Regional Park

From the headwaters of Slieve Croob in the peaks of Dromara, beyond the Mountains of Mourne, the River Lagan grows in its vastness and arrangement of tributaries as it sweeps and meanders down to the Lagan Navigation and out to the Irish Sea. The … [Read more...]