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Giant’s Spotted at Portstewart Strand
Giant footprints were discovered at Portstewart Strand recently, heading in the direction of the Giant's Causeway
Mount Stewart Celebrates Completion of £8m Project
Mount Stewart, on the shores of Strangford Lough, today celebrated the completion of a three year, £8million restoration project to bring the famous house back to its former glory.
Biomass boiler donated to Florence Court
Thanks to a donation from Future Renewables to conservation charity, the National Trust, Florence Court recently installed a biomass boiler donated by the Fermanagh renewable energy company.
Giant’s Causeway Recognised in World Top 20
The Giant’s Causeway, Northern Ireland’s only World Heritage Site, has been ranked one of the planet’s most scenic world heritage places.
Mount Stewart reunited with its historic demesne
Mount Stewart’s world famous house and gardens are set to be reunited with their historic demesne after more than 50 years.
Brighten up the shortest day with National Trust
While Sunday 21December may bring the shortest day of the year, the National Trust is bringing you lots of bright ideas to fill your festive break with fun and adventure!
Generous art donation to the Giant's Causeway
A generous local man has donated a piece of art to the Giant’s Causeway in memory of his late parents.
Micro moth discovered at Giant’s Causeway
Nature keeps on surprising National Trust Ranger, Dr Cliff Henry who recently discovered evidence of a rare micro moth thriving at the Giant’s Causeway – the third rare species spotted by the charity’s conservation team in the last 18 months.
Tourism recognition for top Fermanagh attractions
Two of Fermanagh’s leading tourist destinations, Crom and Castle Coole, have been recognised for their consistently high standards as key visitor attractions. Both places achieved a four-star rating under the Northern Ireland Tourist Board’s Visitor Attraction Quality Grading Scheme.
New barge helps Strangford Lough island life
The National Trust today (Wednesday 8 October) had a traditional naming ceremony to officially launch their new barge for Strangford Lough. The barge was named Cuan Brig, a name suggested through a public competition, and chosen for its local significance.
Growing talent at Mount Stewart
Thanks to funding from Pilgrim Trust, the National Trust at Mount Stewart has set up a garden apprenticeship scheme with South Eastern Regional College to cultivate local skills.
Portstewart Strand, one of the best in the UK
Portstewart Strand, the magnificent National Trust beach on the North Coast of Antrim has been ranked within the top 12 beaches in the UK by ‘Rough Guides’.