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  1. two young girls looking through binoculars over the wetlands
    Here you'll find the largest collection of ducks, geese and swans in Northern Ireland, as well as a gallery, café, woodland walks, sensory garden, events and activities, free parking, and a picnic area.
    1. 1 Jan 000131 Dec 9999
  2. photograph showing traders and customers at the comber farmers market
    Comber Farmers' Market is held on the first Thursday of the month from 09:00 - 13:30 in St Mary's Parish Church car park, the Square, Comber. There are over 24 regular traders selling artisan food and plants.
    1. 7 Mar 2024
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    6. 1 Aug 2024
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    9. 7 Nov 2024
  3. Black and white photo of from the alter of the church showing the Bible and lit candlesticks overlooking the pews
    St Mary’s Parish Church stands on the site of a Cistercian Abbey built in 1199. It was of similar size and architecture to the one in Greyabbey and survived until 1543 when it was closed by order of Henry VIII. The present church dates from 1840.
    1. Nendrum monastic site on a clear sunny day
      Nendrum is thought to have been set up by St Machaoi in the 5th Century and also has links to St Patrick in later sources. The monastery consists of 3 round dry stone walled enclosures, one within the other.
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