Massive Congratulations to Broighter Gold at IFEX-Northern Ireland’s Premier Food, Drink, Retail and Hospitality event crowned winner of Best Packaging and also over all winner for best product!!
What’s the deal?
You can visit over 200 National Trust houses and gardens for free this Saturday and Sunday, during the National Trust free weekend.
How do I benefit?
To enjoy your free visit, simply enter your details on the National Trust website and print off your Free Weekend voucher.
You can then present your voucher at any of the participating National Trust sites to claim your free entry.
The Free Weekend will run on 21st and 22nd April, 2012.
Free entry is only available with a voucher from the National Trust website.
Participating sites only, one voucher can be used for up to 2 adults and 2 children.
For a full set of terms and conditions please refer to the National Trust website or your voucher.
As part of TIDY N.Ireland’s “The Big Spring Clean” Campaign the Causeway Coast & Glens Heritage Trust received an invite to assist Rathlin Development Community Association and the local Primary School on the island, St Mary’s PS with a beach clean on Friday 30 March. The BIG Spring Clean is being funded by the DOE’s Rethink Waste Programme and has a growing number of other important partners. Alex Attwood, Environment Minister said “The appeal of our country is its clean and green image that is compromised, damaged and prejudiced by litter, be it marine litter, street litter or any other sort of litter. It creates the wrong message and the wrong image. The Big Spring Clean is a short sharp shock therapy to do a lot of clean up in a short space of time to highlight the risks of litter on one hand and the opportunity to make it better on the other”.
A big thanks to Nikki Maguire (QUB student placement), Tiarnan McCarry, Grace and 5 pupils from Bunscoil an Chaistil for helping us today to undertake a major beach clean on Rathlin Island. A huge thanks to the local ladies who provided tea, coffee and biscuits.