Giant's Walk supporting Action Cancer
Saturday 6 September, 2014
10km walk along the North Coast from the Giant's Causeway, via sandy beaches and small fishing villages, finishing at Carrick-a-Rede Rope Bridge.
All the money you raise will go directly to helping people in your community.
This is a fantastic challenge... and you CAN do it!
If you require any additional information, contact Action Cancer on (028) 90 803 349 or email email@example.com for a registration pack.
Bushmills Salmon & Whiskey Festival
Friday 19 September - Sunday 21 September, 2014; Bushmills, various locations
Bushmills will come alive during the 3rd Annual Salmon and Whiskey Festival. Whiskey and salmon tastings tastings, artisan stalls, and street performers will entertain and inspire during this cultural celebration. Events will take place at various sites.
For more information, email firstname.lastname@example.org; call (0)7793678991
Chest, Heart & Stroke Marathon Walk
Saturday 27 September, 2014
The Northern Ireland Chest Heart and Stroke Marathon Walk will take place alongside 26extreme’s annual Causeway Marathon Run.
You don't have to run (a brisk walk will suffice!) but you will definitely be inspired by the elite marathon runners as they prepare for the big event.
Get your pulse racing and support the work of NI Chest, Heart and Stroke. For more info click THIS link.
NI Potato Festival
Saturday 14 October; Cushendall, various locations
Good Food NI hosts its annual celebration of the humble spud - the mainstay of Irish and Northern Irish cuisine.
For more information contact Good Food NI; email email@example.com or call (028) 90 249 449
Mexican Day of the Dead
Thursday 30 & Friday 31 October, 2014
Join us for a fun, family-friendly look at how the festival of Hallowe’en is celebrated in another culture.
Try your hand at paper flower making, have your face painted as La Catrina or sample the Mexican flavours in our café. You can also help Finn McCool solve clues on the sugar-skull trail to win a prize.
Normal admission applies; National Trust members free. Buy discounted tickets online.
Free Community Open Day
Saturday 8 November, 2014
Enjoy the Giant’s Causeway Visitor Experience free of charge at our Winter Community Open Day.
Explore the exhibition, take a guided walking tour, enjoy the fayre in our café or get a head-start on your Christmas shopping in the retail zone. Free Park and Ride service from Bushmills. Face-painting and balloon modelling also offered.
Complimentary tickets issued at admission desk on arrival
Burns & Benandonner Weekend
Saturday 24 &Sunday 25 January, 2015; 11am – 4pm
Burns Night festivities last all weekend long at our family-friendly annual celebration of Scottish culture.
Find the hairy haggis’ hidden in the Visitor Centre, solve the riddles and claim a prize. Enjoy the sound of skilfully played bagpipes and nibble on some Scottish-inspired specials in our café.
Normal admission; National Trust members free. Book online for discounted tickets
Ongoing: Guided walking tours
Take a tour of the causeway with the people who know it best... our Visitor Experience Rangers. Listen as they delight, entertain and inspire, retelling the facts, myths and legends that surround this natural phenomenon.
June walking tours every hour on the hour from 10am - 5pm.
July/August walking tours every hour on the hour from 10am -12pm; every half hour from 12:30pm - 3pm; every hour on the hour from 4pm - 7pm.
Ongoing: '50 things'
Discover and explore landscaped gardens and parklands, outdoor play areas and acres of wild North Coast countryside. Make the most of summer and get to work ticking things off your '50 things to do before you're 11 3/4' list.
Pick up your free scrapbook at any of our sites across the North Coast to get started.
We're a charity and much of what we do couldn't be done without our army of volunteers. From protecting wildlife habitats to welcoming visitors or helping in our shops and tea-rooms we've lots of opportunities to get involved.
To volunteer at the Giant's Causeway, contact Eleanor Killough
To volunteer across the North Coast, contact James Milliken