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  1. Woman and child feeding a duck
    Based in Comber, the centre is an international exemplar of habitat restoration, sustainable design and green tourism. One of ten safe, accessible wetland centres in the UK and the only one in Northern Ireland. Hear more from this AND Sustainable Giant...
  2. Courtyard with buildings surrounding a gravel courtyard
    This 17th Century estate's historic parklands near Bangor are a model of diversification and sustainable land management practice. Building on the Marchioness of Dufferin and Ava's legacy, there is a powerful commitment to enhancing the biodiverse, social and economic role of the estate. Hear more from this AND Sustainable Giant...
  3. Indie Füde
    Indie Füde is an independent food company that’s been building a gigantic reputation as a foodie destination for quality local products, with a massive focus on the ‘shop local’ ideology. Hear more from this AND Sustainable Giant....
  4. Mobile Team Adventure
    “We bring adventure to you!”   The MTA team offers immersive experiences and adventure for individuals and groups by providing bespoke, tried and tested activity packages. Hear more from this AND Sustainable Giant...
  5. Princetown Guesthouse
    Situated in a quiet leafy area of Bangor, this Victorian  guesthouse dates back to 1898 and has 10 comfortable bedrooms situated over two floors, with public rooms on the ground floor. Delicious homemade healthy food is made to order and sustainability is core to the owner's ethos.  Hear more from this AND Sustainable Giant...
  6. The Salty Dog Hotel and Bistro
    This 15 bedroom boutique hotel and bistro prides itself on its gorgeous rooms, friendly staff, great views over Bangor’s Marina, Belfast Lough and the Irish Sea, the use of great local produce and being dog friendly. Hear more from this AND Sustainable Giant...
  7. Strangford Lough Activity Centre
    This experiential adventure centre offers a range of outdoor activities in an area of outstanding natural beauty, SLAC specialises in both land and water sports including Paddle Boarding, Kayaking, Canoeing or Boat Tours. Their fun, energetic, experienced instructors are advocatess for Leave No Trace practices.  Hear more from this AND Sustainable Giant...
  8. SUP Hub NI
    This mobile paddleboarding school aims to be a hub for the sport within the local community and for visitors alike and operate with sustainable business practices. Hear more from this AND Sustainable Giant...
  9. Sustainable Journeys Ireland
    Owner Brigid Watson set up Ards Peninsula Tours to build on her background in environmental and sustainability education and offer guests intimate insights into the natural heritage of her locale. Hear more from this AND Sustainable Giant...
  10. Tracey's Farmhouse Kitchen
    Just 30 minutes from Belfast, Tracey’s Farmhouse Kitchen is located at Killinchy on the shores of Strangford Lough is in an area of outstanding natural beauty in County Down, the garden of Northern Ireland. Hear more from this AND Sustainable Giant...
  11. The Walled Garden Helen's Bay
    This listed 1-acre sustainable Walled Garden in Helen’s Bay grows and sells organic fruit and veg and hosts specialised events such as Yoga, Meditation and Brunch in the Garden. Hear more from this AND Sustainable Giant...
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