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Unearthing Graveyard History at Walworth Cemetery

 Join archaeologist, Prof Audrey Horning, as she explores the remains of St Peter’s Church (also known as Walworth Old Church or the Garrison Church), with […]

Remembering the War Years – A Ballymoney World War II Archive Resource

 The wartime stories of ten Ballymoney residents including the Home Front, Ballymoney’s role in the conflict, the Blitz, action on the Continent and North Africa, […]

Royal Memories

As part of Causeway Coast and Glens Borough Council’s Queen’s Platinum Jubilee Programme, Causeway Coast and Glens Museums carried out a number of oral history interviews […]

Moyle Migrations

Moyle Migrations, written as the final stage of the Who do you think you are? programme, showcases some of the personal experiences which have helped to […]

NI100: Ulster University Interactive Media Students Projects

  As part of Causeway Coast and Glens Borough Council’s NI100 programme, Interactive Media students from Ulster University Coleraine worked with Museum Services to create new […]

Echoes of the Causeway heritage trail app launched

Hear the ‘Echoes of the Causeway’ with new heritage trail smartphone app Visitors to Causeway Coast and Glens can now immerse themselves in the myths and […]

NI100 programme finale video

Causeway Coast and Glens Borough Council have produced a special finale video to reflect on their varied and successful NI 100 programme. The new video aims to […]

Royal Connections Heritage Trail

Connecting the kings, queens, castles and kingdoms of the Causeway Coast and Glens From mythological princesses, to medieval sites, the tyrants of folklore, and modern monarchs, […]

Mark Humphrys – The Queen’s Irish Ancestors

The long and rich Irish ancestry of the Queen is well-known to genealogists but not known to the public. I will explain how the Queen has […]

Cormac McSparron – Royal Sites of the North Coast

This talk looks at some of the most important, later-prehistoric and early Medieval sites in north Ulster, starting with Aileach outside Derry/Londonderry – perhaps the pre-eminent […]