Archaeology Days by nyut545e2


									Archaeology Days
...the past in the present...

A programme of events for June
                  Archaeology days 2008

Belfast                      pg 4

Co. Antrim                   pg 8

Co. Armagh                   pg 16

Co. Down                     pg 18

Co. Fermanagh                pg 30

Co. Londonderry              pg 34

Co. Tyrone                   pg 38
Archaeology days 2008

    Welcome to
    Archaeology Days

                                                 Archaeology days 2008

This Northern Ireland contribution to National
Archaeology Day, taking place in England and Wales in
July, is timed around the 21st June, the summer solstice.
Not only is it the longest day of the year, it also offers
an ideal opportunity for all the family to enjoy some of
the many events that are taking place.

There is a wide variety of events, hosted by many
different organisations, taking place around Saturday
21st June, which will stimulate the imagination and
be an enjoyable experience for everyone. Several
organisations are running other events aimed at
school groups.

For more details on any of the events listed, or those
that can only be arranged nearer the time, visit our
web site -

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Divis & The Black Mountain - The Living Past
Sun 22nd June, 10am-1pm
The National Trust is offering an archaeological tour
of the many enclosures, cairns and settlement sites on
the mountain. Suitable footwear and outdoor clothing
Pre-booking essential
For further information Tel: (028) 9083 5434
Adult £3, Child £1, Member Adult £2, Child £0.50

Queen’s University, Belfast - Sat 14th June, 2-4pm
Belfast Young Archaeologists’ Club welcomes new
members aged 8-16 years with a keen interest in
archaeology. The theme of the session is ancient human
remains and what they can tell us about people who lived
in the past. We will be learning how to tell if it is a man
or a woman and how to calculate a person's height from
their skeleton. We will also be looking at the changes
different types of diseases and injuries make to bones.
For further information contact Dr Eileen Murphy
Tel: (028) 9097 3979 or Email:

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                        Queen’s University Belfast - Sat 21st June, 2-4 pm
                        Open Day at the Archaeology & Palaeoecology Building,
                        Fitzwilliam Street, Belfast.
                        Archaeologists at Queen’s engage in a wide variety
                        of research, from digging prehistoric settlements, to
                        reconstructing past diets, diseases and changes in the
                        landscape using a variety of scientific techniques. Visitors
                        will learn about recent research through a series of short
                        talks and will have an opportunity to see first-hand some
                        of the laboratory-based investigations that are conducted.
                        For further information contact Dr Gill Plunkett
                        Tel: (028) 9097 3814 or Email:

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    Co. Antrim

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Carrickfergus Town and Walls - Sat 21st June, 11am
and 2pm
Ruairi O’Baoill will give a walking tour of Carrickfergus,
including the town walls. Meet in the Castle reception.
For further information Tel: (028) 9335 1273

Carrickfergus Castle - Sun 1st June - 28th Sept
Every weekend during the summer months Carrickfergus
Castle will be hosting armour, fight and archery
demonstrations and medieval music and
storytelling events.
For further information Tel: (028) 9335 1273

Carrickfergus Castle - Sat 7th and Sun 8th June,
10-5.30pm and 12-5.30pm
Stormont Fencing Club’s annual Carrickfergus Castle
Fencing Tournament has the reputation of being a fun
and friendly event held in the spectacular surroundings
of a Medieval Castle. Last year's event saw competitors
involved from clubs throughout England, Scotland,
Ireland and Spain as well as from local clubs. Already this
year there has been interest from Sweden, Norway and
Germany. Free entry to the Castle.
For further information Tel: (028) 9335 1273

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                        Dunluce Castle - Sun 1st June - Sun 28th Sept
                        The first of a series of Living History displays running
                        throughout the summer at Dunluce Castle. Includes
                        combat, story telling and music.
                        For further information on any event including dates and
                        times etc... Tel: (028) 2073 1938

                        Dunluce Castle Excavation
                        Colin Breen from Centre for Maritime Archaeology hosts
                        an event for local primary schools which will look at how
                        archaeologists are currently investigating the castle and
                        deserted town at Dunluce. The school children will use
                        various maps and equipment to help them discover
                        the site.
                        This event is only open to schools. Pre-booking
                        essential. For further information Tel: (028) 9054 3030

                        Dunseverick Castle - 21st June, 11am and 2pm
                        Dunseverick Castle and Royal Fort is one of the iconic sites
                        in early Irish history. Tom McErlean, an archaeologist from
                        University of Ulster, will be giving a guided tour of the
                        archaeology of the site. Meet at the times above at the
                        car park at Dunseverick. Sensible clothing and footwear is
                        For further information Tel: (028) 7032 3094

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Flame Gasworks Museum, Carrickfergus -
Sun 22nd June, 2-5pm
FLAME is Ireland’s sole surviving coal fired gasworks and
is one of only three remaining in Britain and Ireland.
Admission - Adults £2, YAC members, Children
& Concessions FREE. For further information
Tel: (028) 9336 9575 or Email:

Moira Depot – Open Days - Tues 3rd - Thurs 5th June,
11am-1pm, 2-3.30pm
An opportunity to visit EHS’ conservation headquarters
at Moira Station. Specialist craftsmen will demonstrate
the various skills necessary for maintaining and
conserving our historic monuments. These include
stonemasons, blacksmiths, joiners and lime manufacture
Schools and colleges welcome. Pre-booking essential
For further information Tel: (028) 9261 1439

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                        Irish Linen Centre and Lisburn Museum -
                        Sat 21st June, 10am-4pm
                        The Lisburn Castle Gardens’ Opening Event will introduce
                        visitors to the historical significance, explain the research,
                        archaeology and restoration that has already taken place
                        and the future plans of this important site. There will
                        be lots of other activities, such as re-enactments. There
                        will also be guided tours of the gardens every Thursday
                        evening 6-7pm. Groups can pre-book tours.
                        For further information and booking Tel: (028) 9266 3377
                        or Email:

                        Patterson’s Spade Mill - Sat 21st June, 12-6pm
                        Farming in the 40s and Steam Working Day; Step back
                        into the 40s with steam engines of all shapes and sizes
                        on show. Also throughout June take a guided tour of the
                        last remaining water powered spade mill in the UK with
                        Spademaker, Colin Dawson.
                        (Normal Admission, NT Members Free)
                        For further information Tel: (028) 9443 3619 or

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Rams Island, Lough Neagh - Sat 21st June, 12noon
An opportunity to visit this intriguing island and learn
about its diverse history and wildlife. The remains of a
Round Tower and “Cottage Orne”, the tree lined avenue
and gardens and evidence of the presence of American
Army during World War II, will all be explained in this
fascinating tour. Bring a picnic.
As this involves a boat trip and numbers are limited
Pre-booking essential.
For further information Tel: (028) 9054 3030

Shane’s Castle, Antrim - Sat 21st and Sun 22nd June
One of the two Great Game Fairs of Ireland featuring a
major medieval festival with a fully functioning medieval
village and market, music, sword fighting, archery, muzzle
loading, jousting and Mid Summer Medieval barbeque in
aid of the Special Olympics Fund.
Further details from

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                        White House Bawn, Newtownabbey - Sat 21st and
                        Sun 22nd June, 1-5pm
                        'What Lies Beneath?' The White House Preservation Trust
                        is opening the excavations at this important 17th-Century
                        Bawn to everyone who is interested. Archaeologists will
                        be available to talk about the dig and explain their
                        finds. “Living History” people will give tours of the site
                        and there will be activities for all groups. There will be a
                        barbeque on Sat evening (small charge applies). Everyone
                        For further information, contact Maria Cagney
                        Tel: 07500 237292 or visit
                        for a full programme.

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Regeneration of South Armagh (RoSA) -
Sat 14th and Sat 21st June
Fully guided bus tours of the most impressive
archaeological monuments within the Ring of Gullion
Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Monuments visited
will include Ballykeel Dolmen, The Dorsey Earthworks,
Annaghmare Court Tomb, Creggan Churchyard and the
Kilnasaggart Standing Stone. The tour will pick up at
Newry Town Hall at 10.15am and return by 5.00pm.
Tours are free of charge and car parking is available
Pre-booking essential
For further information or booking contact:
Tel: (028) 3086 8183 or Email:

The Navan Centre - Tues 17th - Sat 21st June, 12-4pm
Step back to the 1st century AD and join the Iron Age
people of Emain Macha, Ulsters Capital. Listen as they talk
about their daily life, learn how they made their clothes,
cooked and prepared their food, built their houses and
watch the warriors show their combat skills.
Normal admission charges apply.
For further information Tel: (028) 3752 1801

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Co. Down

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Down County Museum, Downpatrick is offering several events for
Archaeology Days and would like to thank Environment and Heritage Service
for their help in making it possible. For further information Tel: (028) 4461 5218
                          Bus Tour of prehistoric and early historic Lecale -
                          Sat 17th May, 2pm
                          Investigate some of the prehistoric sites of Lecale, such as
                          Ballynoe Stone Circle, and Audleystown Cairn, followed
                          by visits to some of the Early Christian sites established
                          following the arrival of Christianity in Ireland, such as
                          Raholp, Saul and Struell.
                          Departs from Down County Museum at 2pm and will
                          arrive back at 5.30pm

                          Bus Tour of 1798 Sites - Sat 14th June, 2pm
                          Discover more about the legacy of 1798 in Down. This
                          tour will take in notable locations in the story of the 1798
                          Rising in Down. Sites include the battles of Ballynahinch
                          and Saintfield, graves in Killinchy and Saintfield, Hamilton
                          Rowan’s Killyleagh, routes taken by the United Irishmen
                          and the County Gaol of Down.
                          Departs from Down County Museum at 2pm and will
                          arrive back at 5pm

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                        Bus Tour of St Donard Country - Sat 21th June, 2pm
                        Discover prehistoric sites that pre-date the coming of St
                        Patrick to Down, and investigate the ancient church and
                        round tower of Maghera, said to have been founded by St
                        Donard and other early medieval sites in the area.
                        Departs from Newcastle Tourist Information Centre at 2pm
                        will arrive back at 5.30pm.

                        Tide Mills of Western Europe - Down Museum
                        Fri 8th April - Sun 29th June
                        An exhibition including items excavated at Nendrum
                        monastic site and the earliest tide mill in the world,
                        dating from 619AD.

                        From Flint tools to Clay pipes - Wed 18th June
                        Archaeological objects from Co Down. Lunchtime talk
                        at Down County Museum.

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Midsummer Medieval Day & Archaeological
Roadshow - Sat 28th June, 11am-5pm
Down Museum Event.
Vikings, knights, ladies, artisans and artificers mingle in
this celebration of all things medieval! Meet Viking men
and women, squires and pages, talk to ladies-in-waiting,
have a go at archery, make your own medieval coin, try
on some armour and costume, listen to music and song,
practise your dancing skills! Medieval fun for all the family!
You can also meet archaeologists from all over Ulster, who
will be displaying their finds, talking about their digs, and
identifying your own discoveries!
Down County Museum
Admission: Adults £2, children £1, family ticket £5.

Banbridge District Council - Sat 21st June,
Discover the wealth of archaeological sites in the Armagh
and Down District from Listullyard, Lisnagade and
Lisnavaragh Forts, to the Black Pig's Dyke, Legananny
Dolmen and Binder's Cove Souterrain.
Tour starts at 9.30am with tea/coffee and scones in
Cafe Lagoon, Banbridge Leisure Centre.
To book and for further information, Tel: (028) 4062 3322
or Email:

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                        Castle Ward - Sat 21st June - Fri 11th July, 9.30am-5pm
                        The National Trust offers a chance to see archaeologists
                        at work as they conduct excavations at the site of the
                        Queen Anne period mansion house at Castle Ward. The
                        excavation is open to public participation, however
                        anyone who wishes to take part must volunteer in
                        advance. Tours of the historic landscape including
                        The Tower house at Old Castle Ward will be available
                        throughout the project.
                        Booking essential to participate in the excavation.
                        Apply by contacting Malachy Conway, Archaeologist,
                        The National Trust. Tel: (028) 4062 3322 or

                        Grey Abbey - Sat 21st June, 11am-12.30pm and
                        2-5pm (last tour starts 4pm)
                        Archaeologist Annie Given and Botanist Marion Allen will
                        talk to visitors about archaeology, history, geology and
                        plant lore at the Cistercian abbey, once a remote place
                        away from worldly clamour, later a Romantic Ruin and now
                        a peaceful place in a charming seaside village.
                        For further information Tel: (028) 9054 3030

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Inch Abbey - Sat 21st June - Sun 14th Sept,
Spend the afternoon in the company of a Medieval
Cistercian Monk as EHS brings living history to Inch
Abbey. Launched on June 21st/22nd and continuing until
European Heritage Open Days on the 13th/14th of Sept. To
make your visit even more special, catch the steam train
from Downpatrick station. Trains run every 40 minutes
from Downpatrick with returns from Inch Abbey on the
half hour. 2–5.10pm.
For further information Tel: (028) 9181 1491

Loughbrickland Old Vehicle Club - Sat 21st, Sun
22nd June, 11am-6pm
'Return to the Past' - The Ulster Military Vehicle Club
with friends from the Military Vehicle Club of Ireland and
re-enactor clubs will be presenting an event at the Ross
Memorial Field, Loughbrickland (just off the A1 Dual
Carriageway). This event is a great historical and fun day
for all the family to enjoy and includes historical
re-enactments, World War II and amphibious
vehicles displays.
Adults £5, children £1.
For further information Tel: (028) 4062 4403

Military Mayhem
Hillsborough Fort 14th June 11am - 6pm
Once again EHS is hosting a military spectacular at Hillsborough fort with historical
re-enactments from across the last millennium. The event will include demonstrations
of Medieval combat and archery, 17th century cannon and musket and displays of
WW2 vehicles and equipment, providing a fun and noisy day out for all the family.
Guides will also be available for tours of this historic town, departing from the
courthouse on the hour.

For Informtaion Tel: (028) 9054 3030
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                        Newry Museum - Bagenal’s Castle - Tues 17th -
                        Thurs 19th June
                        During restoration work many original features of the
                        Castle were revealed and these have been interpreted for
                        the visitor illustrating how Bagenal’s Castle would have
                        functioned in the 16th century.
                        Kids in the Castle: Interactive sessions for schools
                        examining social customs and manners for children in a
                        16th-Century household.
                        Life in a Sixteenth Century household. Saturday 21st June
                        Re-enactors will interpret how the Bagenal household
                        prepared for a feast. Sessions will include food tasting and
                        the customs associated with feasting.
                        For bookings and further information
                        Tel: (028) 3031 3178 or (028) 30313182

                        Millin Bay - Thurs 26th June, 7pm
                        EHS archaeologist, Liam McQuillan will give a talk at Millin
                        Bay Cairn, explaining about the site, the excavations and
                        the coastal landscape in which it is located.
                        For further information Tel: (028) 9054 3030

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North Down Museum, Bangor - Sat 7th -
Sun 15th June
Victorian week includes a hands-on exhibition for the
public and special school tours Tuesday – Friday (by
prior arrangement). Tours include an inside session with
actors in costume who instruct in household information
- upstairs, downstairs, toys for rich and poor, school, and
militaria. There is also an outside session where children
will visit the beautiful Victorian Bangor Castle (town hall),
the Ward family grave and enjoy croquet on the West
Lawn. (There is a charge for school visits).
For further information, please contact Heather Curran,
Tel: (028)9127 8031 or

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                        Strangford Lough - Sat 7th June, 9am-12 noon
                        Archaeology & Wildlife of Greyabbey Bay. The National
                        Trust will host a guided walk exploring the archaeological
                        heritage and marine life of Strangford Lough’s intertidal
                        shore and islands
                        Booking essential
                        For further information Tel: (028) 4488 1411

                        Struell Wells - Sun 29th June, 2-5pm
                        Dr Finbar McCormick, Senior Lecturer in the School Of
                        Geography, Archaeology and Palaeoecology, Queen's
                        University, Belfast, will be available to provide tours.
                        Everyone welcome, no booking required.
                        For further information Tel: (028) 9054 3030

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Co. Fermanagh

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Tour of Fermanagh sites - Sat 21st June
Ulster Archaeology Society (UAS) fieldtrip to East
Fermanagh led by EHS archaeologist, Dr Brian Williams.
Coach trip visiting sites such as the Bishop’s Stone,
Killadeas, Enniskillen Castle, etc.
Booking essential - £15
Contact: Ken Pullin Tel: (028) 9064 7307 (message may be
left on answering machine).

Crom Demesne - 29th June, 12-5pm
Crom Medieval Fair: The National Trust introduce knights
on horseback jousting, swordplay demonstrations,
falconry, blacksmithing and other historical re-
enactments. A Fun Day for all the family.
(adult £6 child £3 family £15, NT Member Adult £6, Child
£3, Family £15)
For further information Tel: (028) 6773 8118
or Email:

Devenish - Sat 14th June - Sun 14th Sept, 12-4pm
Gain an insight into monastic life on this holy island as
EHS brings living history to Devenish. Launched on June
14th/15th and continuing until European Heritage Open
Days on Sept 13th and 14th. EHS operates a ferry to the
island from Trory Point.
For further information Tel: (028) 6862 1588

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                        Fermanagh Museum - 21st June, 3pm
                        Launch of the Flight of the Earls Exhibition,
                        commemorating the 400th anniversary of the historic
                        event with a touring exhibition and boat building event.
                        Guided tour of Enniskillen Castle site with Phillip Orr.
                        For further information Tel: (028) 6632 5000

                        Tully Castle - 9th–13th June, 10am-3pm, Sun 15th
                        Living History - Armoury Display/Storyteller. The past
                        comes to life at Tully Castle as Living History experts
                        interpret the tragic story of this Plantation site.
                        Monday 9th – Friday 13th 10am – 3pm primarily for
                        schools and must be pre booked. Sunday 15th June
                        11am – 4pm everybody welcome. Admission FREE
                        For further information and to book Tel: 07889 976303

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Bellaghy Bawn - Sat 21st June, 1-5pm
EHS are offering guided tours of this 17th-century
Plantation Bawn, explaining its history, archaeology and
architecture, including the evidence of Early Christian
period settlement on the site. There are exhibitions and
videos on the bawn, the excavations and Seamus Heaney.
For further information Tel: (028) 7938 6812

Green Lane Museum - Limavady - Mon 2nd -
Sat 28th June, 1-5pm
An exciting new exhibition exploring Surfing and Beach
Life in the Causeway area including photographs and
material sourced from the community.
For further information Tel: (028) 7034 7234 or

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                        Mountsandel Explorers - Sat 28th June, 10am-2pm
                        A unique opportunity for your family to explore
                        prehistoric life at Mountsandel, the earliest known human
                        settlement in Ireland, and help create a piece of public art
                        based on the history of the area.
                        Enjoy a guided boat trip on the 'Lady Sandel' and trace
                        the footsteps of Mesolithic man, who ventured up the
                        Bann over 9,000 years ago to establish a settlement at
                        Mountsandel Forest. After a short guided walk to the
                        Mesolithic site, return to Cloonavin to create your own
                        interpretation of this fascinating piece of our heritage.
                        Adults £5, Children FREE (Children must be accompanied
                        by an adult) places are limited so book early, must be
                        booked and paid for before 20th June.
                        For further information Tel: (028) 7034 7234.
                        As this involves some walking, sensible clothing and
                        footwear is advisable.
                        Meet at Coleraine Marina Car Park at 9:45am

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Co. Tyrone

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An Creagan - Thurs 19th - Sunday 22nd June
Experimental archaeology. An Creagan invites school
groups and members of the public to experience the
reconstruction of a burnt mound (fulacht fiadh). Share the
experience of digging the trench, constructing a trough,
heating the water and cooking the meat. The more daring
may wish to sample the food.
For further details and bookings Tel: (028) 8076 1112 or

Beaghmore Stone Circles - Tues 23rd June, 11 -
12.30pm, 1.30 - 3pm
Walking Around in Circles. EHS archaeologist, Liam
McQuillan, will give a walking tour of this impressive
and complex Bronze Age ceremonial site. Discovered by
George Barnett in the 1930s and excavated by A. McLMay
in the late 1940s, the site has continued to intrigue visitors,
with its interrelated cairns, circles and alignments.
For further information Tel: (028) 9054 3030

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                        Dungannon Castle - 21st June, 1pm and 3pm
                        In October 07, Castle Hill was the site of an investigation
                        by the Time Team, in association with EHS and QUB. The
                        excavation revealed the foundations of the O'Neill Castle,
                        side-by-side with a military fort constructed in the early
                        17th century after control of the hilltop had passed to Sir
                        Arthur Chichester. Dungannon and South Tyrone District
                        Council are organising a guided walking-tour of Castle
                        Hill, Dungannon. The tour will be led by Dr Emily Murray,
                        Centre for Archaeological Fieldwork, Queen's
                        University Belfast.
                        Pre-booking essential
                        For further information Tel: (028) 8772 8600

                        Glenelly Historical Society - Fortress Glenelly
                        Fri 20th June, 7pm
                        A talk by Brendan Gormley at Stables tea rooms St Patrick’s
                        Church, Glenelly Rd, Plumbridge. This will be followed by a
                        bus tour of raths in the area.
                        For further information Tel: (028) 8164 8336

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Sperrins Archaeology Days - Sat 14th June, 11am
A fully guided bus tour of the North Sperrins Heritage
Trail. The trail features a number of significant archaeology
sites and sites of historic interest from the Neolithic, early
Christian and the Plantation of Ulster periods. Don’t miss
this rare opportunity to take part in a guided tour of the
fascinating sites of the hidden Sperrins region which is full
of reminders of past cultures, mystery and excitement.
Meet at Feeny Community Hall, Feeny, £3.00 per person
and pre–booking essential
For further information contact: Fiona Bryant
Tel: (028) 7778 1876 or Mobile: 07894 210527 or
Please note that visits to many of these sites will require some
walking across countryside. Suitable footwear and clothing
is recommended.

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                        Sperrins Archaeology Days - Sun 15th June, 11am
                        Strabane District Council offer a minibus/walking tour of
                        several early medieval sites in Glenelly, the longest and
                        most scenic valley in the Sperrins.
                        Meet at The Alley Theatre, Railway Street, Strabane
                        £3.00 per person and Pre–booking essential.
                        For further information contact Martin Bradley
                        Tel: (028) 7138 2204 Email:
                        Please note that this tour involves walking. Suitable footwear
                        and clothing is recommended, please bring a packed lunch.

                        Wellbrook Beetling Mill - Throughout June,
                        Industrial Heritage: Guided tours of a working water
                        powered mill used in the manufacture of linen.
                        Tel: (028) 8674 8210 or
                        (Normal Admission Charge)

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Belfast                             19   Struell Wells
1 Queen's University                20   Inch Abbey
2 Divis & Blackmountain             21   Castle Ward
                                    22   Millin Bay
Co. Antrim                          23   Grey Abbey
3  Lisburn City Council             24   Strangford Lough
4  Moira Depot                      25   North Down Museum
5  Ram's Island
6  Shane's Castle                   Co. Fermanagh
7  Patterson's Spade Mill           26 Tully Castle
8  White House Bawn, Newtownabbey   27 Devenish
9  Carrickfergus                    28 Enniskillen Castle/Fermanagh Museum
   Carrickfergus Castle & walls     29 Crom Demesne
   Flame, Gasworks Museum
10 Dunseverick Castle               Co. Londonderry
11 Dunluce Castle                   30 Bellaghy Bawn
                                    31 Mountsandel
Co. Armagh                          32 Green Lane Museum
12 Regeneration of South Armagh
13 Navan Centre                     Co. Tyrone
                                    33   Beaghmore
Co. Down                            34   Wellbrook Beetling Mill
14   Hillsborough                   35   An Creagan
15   Banbridge                      36   Glenelly Historical Society
16   Loughbrickland                 37   Strabane
17   Newry Museum                   38   Dungannon Castle
18   Down County Museum

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