THE Causeway Coast & Glens Heritage Trust has launch its first guided walks programme.
The programme, which contains over 15 walks, runs until Sunday, October 7.
Thanks to the kind cooperation of many partners in the Causeway Coast & Glens including NIEA, Limavady, Ballymena, Moyle, Coleraine and Larne Councils, the National Trust, RSPB, the Glens Red Squirrel Group and local independent guides, the Trust has been able to compile an interesting and varied programme including nature and biodiversity walks, geology walks, history walks to name but a few.
The programme also features events to be hosted by various organisations for National Trails Day.
Copies of the walk programme are available in Tourist Information Centres and local Councils in the Causeway Coast & Glens and details can also be found on our website www.ccght.org
Many of Ulsters’ leading dealers in the field of antiques and collectables will be attending the Fair promoted by the NICC in Portstewart Town Hall on Saturday, 18th august.
The public are invited to attend this exciting event, with doors open from 11am to 4pm. A modest charge of £1 is payable at the door, children accompanying adults pay 50p.
There will also be a small cake stall with home made produce.
The town hall is right by beautiful sea views with free parking only 100 yards from the venue.
KILLYRAMMER and District Community Association are holding their monthly dance on Thursday, August 16 in the community centre at 8.30pm.
The music will be provided by JJ Carty and the admission charge is £4.
A light supper will be provided. Everyone will be made very welcome.