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  1. A photo of a man on a paddleboard
    Paddleboard out to a floating platform, climb aboard and the stage is yours. Sing your favourite song in the middle of Belfast Lough.
    1. a photo of a kayak
      A guided kayak experience that will allow you to spend quality time with your family and make great memories.
      1. an aerial photo of bangor marina with the town in the background
        Join this one off, guided walking tour of Bangor, as we celebrate the Queen's Platinum Jubilee! Uncover the town's Royal connections, and learn how past Royal visits, influenced many of our street names, such as "Queen's Parade".
        1. a photograph of 2 silver bangles with leaves and acorns
          Be guided by local goldsmith Ruth as you embrace the change in the season at this wonderful workshop in the Holywood hills. Using dried flowers, twigs or leaves that have been gathered and dried in this region, you will create a lovely pendant to wear and admire forever, whilst celebrating the end of spring and the arrival of summer.
          1. a man on a paddle board
            This beautiful wellbeing experience encourages you to make time for yourself and promises to be good for the mind, good for the body and good for the soul.
            1. a photo of a fountain surrounded by plants
              This popular guided tour provides an insight into the garden’s history, its restoration and the vast array of plants, fruits and vegetables which are grown there.
              1. a photo of a man feeding a group of birds
                Find out what it takes to look after Castle Espie Nature Reserve
                1. a photo of a woman and a dog in front of donaghadee lighthouse
                  Discover the history of Donaghadee on this dog friendly walking tour. After the tour, enjoy a gin cocktail in the Pier36 Beer Garden. Your four legged friend will receive a goody bag.
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                    Midsummer,  a time for mischief and mayhem, unleashed by  the fairy folk. Renowned fairy catcher Derby O'Ferbol, will seek to find and capture the King of the Ulster Fairies, one Shane McAnty, who resides on the hill of Scrabo. Will you join him in his quest?
                    1. a photo of a monument in the square in comber
                      The town of Comber may be small in size, but it is big in terms of history! Comber is synonymous with the famous ship Titanic, thanks to Thomas Andrews, whose family had been part of life in the town for generations. Thomas Andrews was a naval architect and took over as Chief Designer of Titanic in 1910. Andrews lost his life in the disaster, with eyewitnesses later recounting how in his final moments he was throwing deckchairs overboard to help people fighting for their lives in the freezing water.
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                        Paddle Back in Time on a kayaking adventure to Mahee Island and follow the traditional smuggling route undertaken by Daft Eddie and the Merry Hearts. Listen to tall tales, history and folklore while soaking in the beauty of Strangford Lough.
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