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Have you ever wondered how different places were named? Causeway Coast and Glens Heritage Trust (CCGHT) is pleased to present the initial results of their Towlands, Fieldnames and Feature Names research project in the Causeway Coast Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB). Travelling along the Causeway Coastal Route the exhibition looks at many well-known place names to discover their fascinating origins.
An annual open-submission exhibition presenting creative work by artists currently resident or practising in the Causeway Coast and Glens area. Works include paintings, drawings, crafts, photography, sculpture, mixed media and will be selected by a panel. If you are over 18 years of age and wish to submit work, contact the Roe Valley Arts Centre for further information or visit our website: www.roevalleyarts.com
This exhibition aims to explore the history behind ploughing and will take a look into the advancements that have been made to the plough's structure as well as the techniques used in the process of ploughing. The exhibition will also look at the history of ploughing matches paying particular attention to the World Ploughing Championships, held three times in Limavady.
This course is a way to rediscover your comfort and ease in movement, find new ways of relaxing or destressing, become more in tune with your body and develop your creative movement voices. Learning new skills, becoming more confident and physically fit, you don't have to be athletic or experienced in dance, as this course is open to anyone who is interested in movement. The course may also involve some photography and creative writing on your movement journey.
Why not visit Rathlin Island and meet the McFaul family that produce and distribute organic kelp to specialist food retailers, distributors and restaurants. Only in the perfect conditions of the cool clear waters off Rathlin will you get a premium sea vegetable of this quality for use across a range of delicious culinary experiences.
This exhibition displays only a selection of a fascinating collection of black and white photographs that have been collected over the years from friends and other sources by Nelson McGonagle. These photographs cover the mid 19th century to the early 20th century and serve as a great historic source on the various buildings and people of Limavady past and is sure to bring back happy memories. If you have any past or interesting photographs relating to Limavady which you would like to share then please bring them along to us.
Gardens open to the public, vintage cars, afternoon teas, live music, various stalls - suitable for all ages. Proceeds to restore the roof of St Mary's Church, Macosquin.
St Mary's Church, Macosquin - Built in 1620 on the site of a 12th Century Cistercian monastery, this historic building is one of the oldest Plantation Churches in Northern Ireland.
Flow down the River Roe on a Stand Up Paddle Board as the sun sets and the moon starts to appear as a reflection on the surface of the water.
Come along and celebrate Global Wind Week. This 5.5 mile guided walk will allow participants the opportunity to visit Gruig Wind Farm, comprising ten turbines developed between November 2007 and April 2009.
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