Stunning landscapes, charming villages, bustling towns and an exciting city
A truly beautiful area - a land of great contrast and diversity.
Dramatic landscapes - the famous ‘Mountains of Mourne’ a beautiful coastline, stone walls and patchwork green field.
Newry – a modern, vibrant city with ancient roots and a rich industrial and historical heritage.
The Ring of Gullion – beautiful undulating countryside famed for its rich cultural heritage and numerous prehistoric and early Christian sites
Calling all Event organisers! Newry and Mourne District Council are at present compiling a What's On in Newry and Mourne Events Guide for January-June 2014. You can have your event included in our 2014 brochure and also promoted on this website free of charge. Just fill in the above Events form and send it by email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Closing date for receipt of forms: 18th November 2013
The Mourne Mountains Landscape Partnership (MMLP 2013-2016) is based around the themes of natural, built and cultural heritage and a key component of the programme is to engage with local communities. The underlying idea is to be inspired but yet reminded about the landscape and how people have interacted with it.
Cultural heritage will be promoted through music, stories, poems, drama and the visual arts. It is hoped by the end of the programme participants will be involved with gathering, creating, sharing, producing and recording music, songs, stories and poems.
We welcome all interested parties to please contact Alwynne at the Mourne Mountains Landscape Partnership (MMLP) for more information.
Alwynne Shannon | Outreach Officer | Mourne Mountains Landscape Partnership Mourne Heritage Trust | Unit 4 |Cornmill Quay | Marine Park |Annalong | NEWCASTLE BT34 4QG.
**Tel No: 028437 67391 (Annalong) Mobile: 07912045966
Find out more about Mourne Mountains Landscape Partnership Connecting Communities to their Landscape
Hill walking for over 50's.
10am every Friday morning from different locations, check the website for details.
**C - Grade walks approx 2 hours
**B - Grade walks approx 4 hours.
Find out more about Kilbroney Ramblers