New Photography Project Captures the Beauty of our AONBs

CCGHT staff have been hard at work capturing and recording the spectacular features of our outstanding landscapes all across the Causeway Coast and Glens area. The […]

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Recruitment Opportunity

  AONB/WHS Project Officer   Salary: NJC scale range 19 – 25 (£24,799 – £28,785 per annum). Full time One year with potential extension. Would you […]

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Join CCGHT for a summer of fun!

A lot of fun and exciting discoveries were had at CCGHT’s ‘Biodiversity of Course’ event last week. An interested and enthusiastic group (young and old!) joined […]

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Audrey Kyle Art launched at the ninth Économusée in the UK

On a scenic clifftop high above the famous Gobbins path on Islandmagee, sits the quirky art studio of Audrey Kyle which is the latest artisan business […]

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Historic Downhill Demesne Spatial Masterplan

The Binevenagh and Coastal Lowlands Landscape Partnership (coordinated by CCGHT) is pleased to present an Outdoor Recreation Spatial Masterplan for historic Downhill Demesne. Produced by Outdoor […]

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New Virtual Reality Experience explores the outstanding geo-diversity of the Causeway Coast and World Heritage Site

On Wednesday 5th June 2019DAERA Marine and Fisheries and Causeway Coast and Glens Heritage Trust staff were joined by the Mayor of Causeway Coast and Glens […]

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Position closed!…..We are hiring!

  CCGHT is seeking a Project Assistant for the Heart of Glens Landscape Partnership Scheme. 6 months fixed term contract; commencing no later than 1st September […]

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Family fun at Rockpool Ramble and launch of new Rockpool, Snorkel and Shore Diving Guide!

At Sunday’s ‘Rockpool Ramble’ in Ballycastle, Ulster Wildlife and Causeway Coast and Glens Heritage Trust were joined by young and old alike to explore the wildlife […]

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Drop in sessions

Are you a local business and getting ready for The Open? Are you wanting to showcase the best of the area to your visitors? If so, […]

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