Tannaghmore Bird Show
The 15th Annual Bird Fair returns to Tannaghmore Gardens this Saturday from 9am - 4pm.Discover Craigavon
This family orientated day has everything from Transylvanian Naked Neck Hens to Wart Faced Moscovey ducks! Not to mention men with bows and arrows, chainsaws and sheepdogs!
Paul Moore helps Coalisland based Craic Theatre group as they build their very own soapbox. It's all in preperation for the 2nd Gannonball Run which will be zooming down the streets of Dungannon this Bank Holiday Monday.Gannonball Run
It's been sixty-three years since Sean Hollywood founded the Newpoint Players. And one thing that hasn't changed is the support for young people wanting to get involved in drama.
All summer 14 - 20 year olds have been preparing a version of Tweltfh Night. The final rehearsals are taking place at the moment and the show will run at 8pm from Tuesday to Sunday next week in Newry Town Hall.
Giant's Ring Ramble
Next Saturday, the 5th of September, the National Trust are inviting people to join their warden and archaeologist for a walk and talk around the country paths that surround the ancitent Neolithic Henge of the Giant's Ring.The National Trust
Meet at Minnowburn car park 2pm.
Vist the National Trust website or call 028 9064 7787 for more information.
This week Ronan Lundy made of to Downhill beach, or more specifically, to a very popular hostel pearched beneath Mussenden Temple.Downhill Hostel
Run by husband and wife, McCall and William Gilfillan, it was something William decided he had to do after travelling aroud the world himself.
Bats, Bats, Bats...
This week we're all excited on the team as the Northern Ireland Bat Group are bringing 'Squidword' the bat into the studio.Northern Ireland Bat Group
They're trying to change our perceptions of these little creatures by starting a new childrens group. For more information on the group email email@example.com or call Belfast Zoo on 028 9077 6277
Also Kilbroney Park, in County Down, will be celebrating European Bat Week this saturday from 8pm. It's free and fine for children over 7.
To book a place please contact the Wildlife Trust on 028 4483 0282 or
log on to www.ulsterwildlifetrust.org
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