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  • Invitation to Tender – Office Graphics

    Causeway Coast & Glens Heritage Trust (CCGHT) is inviting proposals from suitably qualified individuals or organisations to undertake the design, production and installation of foamex graphics to

  • Invitation to Tender – Websites

    Causeway Coast & Glens Heritage Trust (CCGHT) is inviting proposals from suitably qualified individuals or organisations to undertake the hosting and development of the current CCGHT website/email

  • Free trees to green up your town – for a limited time only!

    Charity is giving away half a million trees and is urging groups to snap them up before they all go The Woodland Trust is putting over half a million trees up for grabs to be planted towards the end

  • Lough Neagh Partnership are recruiting

    Lough Neagh Landscape Partnership Scheme require a Partnership Manager and a Part time Administrator Please visit the link for more information on how to apply for these positions http://goo.gl/qpYUYW

  • Invitation to tender – Geoconservation Information Booklet

    CCGHT provides a secretariat service to the World Heritage Site Steering Group and as such receives funding to deliver an annual series of projects.  CCGHT wish to produce a geo-conservation booklet

Welcome to The Causeway Coast and Glens Heritage Trust website.

Our mission statement is:

“to raise awareness of the special qualities of the natural, built and cultural heritage of the Causeway Coast & Glens area including the Antrim Coast & Glens, Binevenagh, and Causeway Coast Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty; promoting environmental management and sustainable development that aims to conserve and enhance the unique heritage of the area for the benefit of all.’

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The Causeway Coast & Glens Heritage Trust is a public/private/voluntary sector partnership established in May 2002 as an independent company limited by guarantee. It includes representation from Ballymena, Ballymoney, Coleraine, Larne, Limavady, and Moyle Borough and District Councils in partnership with representatives from the environment, the community, the education, the farming and the tourism sectors.