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Armagh, Banbridge & Craigavon

'There is an expectation that new members will be reasonably fit when they join us - although we always try to provide options for different levels of fitness this is not always practicable. Level ...
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'A rural haven of relaxation and recreation ... There's something for everyone, from the zealous sports lover to the casual visitor who relishes the outdoor life. The extensive facilities offer con ...
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'Oxford Island is located on the shores of Lough Neagh ... Much of the area is designated as a National Nature Reserve due to its wide variety of habitats such as reed beds, open ...
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'The City developed over the centuries but seen as a place of wealth was pillaged by various armies down through the ages. In 1765 Archbishop Robinson (1708-94) was appointed primate of all-Ireland ...
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'The scenic beauty and the diverse landscape make the Banbridge District a great place to explore on foot.In recent years [the former] Banbridge District Council has been working to provide opportu ...
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'Walking and cycling enthusiasts are finding that Craigavon encapsulates the phrase "the freedom of the road". As we become increasingly hemmed in by traffic congestion, travel restrictions and urb ...
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Download from the Website two PDFs: [1] Loughbrickland Historic Trail - - - : [2] The Historic Trail - Whyte Estate (2.5 miles)


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'Within the town centre is the largest urban park in Northern Ireland, 200 acres in size including a 59 acre lake. No other town offers such a stark yet complimentary contrast between historic buil ...
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'Built to transport coal from Coalisland in County Tyrone to Dublin via Lough Neagh, Portadown, Newry and the Irish Sea, the Newry Canal was opened in 1742 and operated for almost 200 years until i ...
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