NEWS: Rare bee creates buzz at Whitepark Bay

The sighting of a rare bee at Whitepark Bay earlier this month has been celebrated by local conservationists. Read on to find out why, and learn how to tell the difference between a beautiful bee or a wicked wasp.  Continue reading

EVENT: North Coast summer scheme returns!

No time to wait for the storm to pass... better to just dance in the rain!It’s back! The North Coast Summer Scheme returns this July and August with a fun-filled 5 day schedule that will inspire and delight your pre-teens.

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News: Solstice Dawn Chorus at causeway

Over 20 avid hikers joined us at the Giant’s Causeway for our annual Dawn Chorus walk on the longest day of the year.

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Event: Up with the lark for causeway walk

Join us at the Giant’s Causeway on the longest day of the year – summer solstice, Saturday 21 June – for our annual dawn chorus walk.

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News: Ballytober kids are busy bees!

The kids at Ballytober Primary School had great fun learning and making bee boxes to put in their gardens for solitary bees, with Cliff Henry the Area Ranger for National Trust.

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Guest blog: Causeway’s Scottish connection

Blogger, scholar and poetry aficionado Maeve O’Brien is based at University of Ulster, Coleraine, where she is currently completing a thesis on American poet, Sylvia Plath. 

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Spotlight On… Cushendun

Blog by Shona Campbell

Nestled at the mouth of the River Dun (the Brown River) at the foot of Glendun, Cushendun is a charming, historic village with lots of character and folklore. Cushendun hosts a small, sheltered harbour and a beautiful beach with views of Scotland on a clear day.
 
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