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Renowned for it's part in the Great Wars and for being NI's most easterly point

The village dates back to the mid-17th Century when its inhabitants were mainly fishermen. During the 1st World War, 4 vessels were captured and sunk in Ballyhalbert Bay by U Boat UC65.

The village also played a major role during the 2nd World War when an RAF airfield was built there to protect Belfast and the eastern half of Northern Ireland.

Attractions of interest would include:
Ballyhalbert airfield
Burr Point

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  • Address Ballyhalbert
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