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Irish castles that offer a royal welcome

With Ireland being famous for its historical castles and recent research from Booking.com revealing that 43% of travellers are planning to stay in a new type of accommodation this year, there’s really never been a better time to check in to a rustic, royal abode. At the dawn of the new year, you can rest like a royal after enjoying the day in the fresh countryside, basking in the winter sunshine and taking in the spectacular Irish landscapes.

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Causeway Coast & Glens Lottery

Community groups around Causeway Coast and Glens are celebrating an exciting start to the new year after being awarded £3.7 million of grants from The National Lottery Community Fund.

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Josephine Campbell

It’s child’s play for Josephine

Josephine Campbell, manager of the after school Kidz Club in Ballymoney, is looking forward to a well-deserved break from studying having successfully completed a Level 5 Diploma in Leadership in Children Care Learning and Development at Northern Regional College.

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Peter Crooks

Sing Gospel choir describe joy of music

When Let’s Sing Gospel choir started as an idea to raise some funds for charities in 2011, no-one would have guessed that their concerts would still be attracting large audiences nine years later!

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Karen Traynor (R), pictured here with her daughter Lindsey Campbell (L), was awarded a Level 5 Diploma in Leadership in Children Care Learning and Development at Northern Regional College's annual Higher Education graduation ceremony

Playgroup leader looks to the future

Local playgroup leader Karen Traynor has received a Level 5 Diploma in Leadership in Children Care Learning and Development at Northern Regional College’s annual Higher Education graduation ceremony.

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church concert

The Old Church Centre in Cushendun will play host to a gig by Seefin on Saturday, February 1, at 7.30pm.

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