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Be part of the Big Butterfly Count!

The Big Butterfly Count takes place between 20th July – 11th August. “The Big Butterfly Count is about more than just counting butterflies – we’ll be […]

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Causeway Coast AONB Draft Management & Action Plan now available for Public Consultation

Following consultation with partner organisations, CCGHT have completed a draft Management and Action Plan (2013 – 2023) for the Causeway Coast AONB. These plans are now […]

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Historic result for woodland in Northern Ireland

The introduction of new legislation to regulate the felling of trees signals a brighter outlook for Northern Ireland’s natural heritage, says conservation charity the Woodland Trust. […]

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Causeway Coast AONB Management Plan 2013 – 2023

Following a series of public consultation events and meetings with relevant officers, CCGHT have drafted a new management plan for the Causeway Coast AONB. We are […]

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World Heritage Site Management Plan 2013-2019 Launched

Giant’s Causeway and Causeway Coast World Heritage Site Management Plan 2013 – 2019 was launched today in the Moyle District Council Offices, Sheskburn House, Ballycastle. World […]

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Invitation for Expressions of Interest

The Causeway Coast and Glens Heritage Trust is seeking expressions of interest from relevant parties for the lease of office space within the Armoy, Co. Antrim […]

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Find magical bluebells near you

The UK is home to some of the most dazzling bluebell displays in the world. Find your nearest bluebell wood by clicking this link.

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Rivers are cool with trees

Thousands of trees grace the Glens of Antrim A County Antrim river has a new natural ally. Over 2,000 native saplings now dot the banks of […]

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Binevenagh Townlands and Fieldnames Project launch

The Binevenagh Townlands and Fieldnames Project was launched last Thursday at the MOD Training Centre, Magilligan, Limavady. The townland is a unique feature of the Irish […]

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