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New Year’s Day Historic Ards Walk

Town Hall, Conway Square, Newtownards, County Down, BT23 4NP
blair mayne statue in front of the ards town hall

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Start the New Year and shake off the cobwebs from 2021 by exploring the rich and varied history of Newtownards. The tour will take you on a journey through time, visiting the Medieval plantation and Georgian periods discovering the many interesting and exciting stories including John de Courcy and Oliver Cromwell. Discover the unique history of Newtownards - one of the oldest settlements in Northern Ireland!

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