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Dont Mow

Tuesday 4th August 2015 Don’t Mow, Let it Grow! – Have your say on short V long! This is a new project is aiming to challenge our desire for neat and tidy mown grass. Causeway Coast and Glens Borough Council in partnership with Transport NI and Northern Ireland Environment Agency secured Heritage Lottery Funding (HLF) […]

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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 contact, Events Student 028 92509551 Events.student@lisburncastlereagh.gov.uk  

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The River Bann

The River Bann

The River Bann flows from the south east corner of Northern Ireland to the north west coast, via Lough Neagh. It is the longest river […]

The Moor

The Moor

This is a fabulous coastal headland on the edge of Castlerock, adjacent to Downhill. Take a walk around the headland, enjoy the cliff nesting birds, […]

The Dark Hedges

The Dark Hedges

This group of trees known locally as ‘the dark hedges’ are thought to be around 300 years old. They are reputedly haunted by a spectral […]

Roe Valley Country Park

Roe Valley Country Park

Roe Valley Country Park extends for three miles along both sides of the River Roe near Limavady. The river plunges through spectacular gorges and its […]

Roe Estuary

Roe Estuary

The extensive mud flats of the Roe Estuary are exposed at low tide and hiding just below the surface is a banquet of small seashore […]

Riverside Park

Riverside Park

Riverside Parks initial phases were developed in the 1970’s, its vision was to be a linear open green space and wildlife corridor, primarily concentrating on […]

River Roe

River Roe

The River Roe is an extremely important river for Atlantic Salmon with 8% of the Northern Ireland spawning population and making the river and its […]

Myroe Levels

Myroe Levels

Myroe Levels comprises reclaimed farmland, protected from Lough Foyle by a sea wall. A network of sheughs (open field drainage ditches), on the farmland and […]

Magilligan Point

Magilligan Point

Situated at the most north-western tip of the north coast, Magilligan Point lies at the western edge of one of the most extensive sand dune […]

Kebble Nature Reserve, Rathlin Island

Kebble Nature Reserve, Rathlin Island

At the western end of Rathlin Island, sheer cliffs rise more than 100 metres above raised beaches of rounded cobbles, while towering stacks of rock […]

Hedgerows Grow West

Hedgerows Grow West

The Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF) awarded a £48,000 grant to a partnership of local councils for this new project which will protect, conserve, and celebrate […]

Garry Bog

Garry Bog

The Ballymoney area has a wealth of boglands including 3 designated lowland raised bogs, Caldnagh Bog, Dunloy Bog and the internationally recognised Garry Bog. Dunloy […]

Drumaheglis Caravan Park & Marina

Drumaheglis Caravan Park & Marina

Bann Woods North or the Bann Dumps are a series of six small woods, of which Drumaheglis is one, adjacent to the River Bann. They […]

Cottage wood

Cottage wood

Cottage wood is found on the outskirts of Cushendall village, it is a 10 acre broadleaved woodland site with a network of paths winding their […]

Binevneagh & Gortmore

Binevneagh & Gortmore

Binevenagh towers over the coastal landscape of Limavady Borough giving breathtaking views of Lough Foyle, Inishowen and the northern coastline. The cliffs create a unique […]

Benone Strand

Benone Strand

Benone Strand is one of the north coast’s best loved beaches. Take the time to wander through the extensive dune grasslands at Benone Strand to […]

Barmouth

Barmouth

The Bann Estuary acts as a highway for birds entering and leaving Ireland along the Bann / Lough Neagh System, there are significant numbers of […]

Ballykelly Bank

Ballykelly Bank

Located on the eastern shore of Lough Foyle, Ballykelly Bank is bounded on one side by the Lough shore and on the other side by […]

Ball’s Point

Ball’s Point

Ball’s Point is located to the north of the Roe Estuary at one of the widest parts of Lough Foyle. It overlooks extensive intertidal mudflats […]

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