Ards Peninsula Tours

Guided walks and/or bus tours in the Ards Peninsula. Topics covered include local history, landscapes, fascinating stories of the place and people, christian heritage, wildlife, environmental characteristics. Walks usually take place on Friday afternoons at 2.00pm. Privatebus/walking tours can be arranged in addition to the advertised dates. Tour options: https://www.facebook.com/pg/ArdsPeninsulaTours/services Scheduled tours: https://www.facebook.com/pg/ArdsPeninsulaTours/events The guided walks/tours are available throughout the year except during the period 1 December 2017 – 8 January 2018. Guided walks for private groups are available on most days of the week at 2.00pm or 11.00am. Timing may be flexible by prior arrangement. Walks suit people of all fitness levels. Guided bus tours for groups who have their own transport Prices: 1 hour £5, 1 hour 30 minutes £ 6.50, 2 hours £8 & Children under 16 FREE Minimum group size 4 and pre-booking is essential. Tel 07763898074 or 028 42 771611 to book or for further information
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Taking in the beautiful scenery and birdlife including Golden Plover,Teal,Curlew and Lapwing along the shores of Strangford Lough in today's lovely winter sunshine.
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Over the weekend of Saturday 24 and Sunday 25 November 2018 there will be a number of events commemorating the life and legacy of St Columbanus in Bangor. The events include a musical evening in Bangor Abbey on Saturday 24 November featuring Jane Cassidy and Maurice Leyden, tickets cost £10.
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The hawthorn bush or tree is very common in Ireland and it was classified in early Irish writing as the Commoner of the Wood. There is a great crop of haws in hedgerows around the countryside at present and the haws can be eaten.The hawthorn is associated with the ' little people ' or fairies and with magical powers. For these reasons the hawthorn, in particular the 'lone bush', has always been regarded with a mixture of fear and respect and there are many folk beliefs and customs associated with the hawthorn.

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