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Water for Life

Forty seven young and inquisitive water detectives from St Patrick’s and Carnalridge Primary Schools in Portrush visited various sites along the shores of the River Bann […]

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A growing and tangible asset for farmers in Northern Ireland

Woodland Trust launches new booklet with a helping hand from the Agriculture Minister Farming is an important part of our economy, with around 27,000 farms in […]

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Enjoy the great outdoors – A guide for responsible users

Outdoor Recreation NI have created a new guide relating to the responsibility of users when venturing out to the great outdoors. Enjoy the great outdoors – […]

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First Antrim Hills Walking Festival A Great Success!

The first Larne Borough Council Antrim Hills Walking Festival took place on Friday 5th Saturday 6th and Sunday 7th October with a series of walks and […]

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Access to the Countryside Audit

An Access to the Countryside Audit has been completed for the Heart of the Glens Landscape Partnership Scheme area within the Antrim Coast and Glens AONB. […]

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Glens and Dalriada U3A Presentation

CCGHT staff member Carol Kelly gave a presentation to the Glens and Dalriada U3A on Wednesday in Ballycastle. Members of the U3A were informed of the previous […]

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Townlands & Fieldnames Project

The Causeway Coast and Glens Heritage Trust (hereafter referred to as CCGHT) is a public/private/voluntary sector partnership set up in 2002. The area covered by CCGHT […]

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A natural ally to meet today’s farming challenges

Help, advice and funding can turn unproductive areas of farmland into woodland While native woodland has served as a natural ally to farmers for centuries, today’s […]

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Antrim Coast & Glens Introductory Guide

Causeway Coast & Glens Heritage Trust is delighted to announce that the Antrim Coast & Glens AONB Introductory Guide has been reprinted for 2012 in conjunction […]

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