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The ‘Echoes of the Causeway’ Heritage Trail App

Be lured off the beaten track to eight hidden gems of the Causeway Coast and Glens. Discover stories of sea gods, shipwrecks and sídhe-folk at sites […]

Dear Diary… week ending 3rd April

As the second week of formalised social distancing (and home schooling!) comes to an end, here are a few unusual sightings from around Coleraine to start […]

Dear Diary… Recording Life in the Age of Covid-19

Social isolation, cancelled events, missed anniversaries, home schooling, financial worries, working from home, travel restrictions, empty streets, social pressure to follow the rules. These are just […]

An 1874 account of the Giant’s Causeway and Carrick-a-Rede

The History Group of the Holywood District University of the Third Age (U3A) recently received a donation of material from the Finlay family – previous owners […]

The Salmon People Illustrations

As part of their Peace IV Understanding Our Area project Mountsandel Discovery & Heritage Group published The Salmon People, which can be downloaded from the Resources […]

Museums Services encourage online interaction as buildings are closed in response to COVID-19

Causeway Coast and Glens Borough Council’s Museum buildings have been closed as part of the response to COVID-19. The move means that Ballymoney Museum is shut […]

Accessible Heritage willow weaving workshops

As well as their Accessible Heritage Guide, and pottery workshops, the RNIB Accessible Heritage Group have been looking at traditional basketry techniques with Sabine Wolniczak. Over […]

Who Do We Think We Are? at the Northern Ireland Science Festival

We are delighted to be able to bring Prof Dan Bradley (TCD) back for a free event to present his popular talk, Who do we think […]

Sam Henry: Culture Connects exhibition at Ballymoney Museum

Sam Henry: Culture Connects 5 February – 18 April @ Ballymoney Museum Sam Henry, born in Coleraine in 1878, is best known as a Folklorist and […]

Accessible Heritage pottery workshops

Following on from their Accessible Heritage Guide, the RNIB Accessible Heritage Group have now started a project looking at traditional handicrafts, combining talks about historical forms […]