Tag - Causeway Coast

Causeway Coast and Glens Mayor Praises Successful 4C UR Future Careers Inspiration Event For Year 9 Pupils

Councillor Ivor Wallace, the Mayor of Causeway Coast and Glens Borough Council, attended the 4C UR Future LIVE event held in Coleraine Leisure Centre on 22 June 2022. 4C UR Future, the industry-led social enterprise that aims to empower young people to make well-informed decisions about their education and future careers, welcomed pupils from Limavady...

North Coast Teenage Harpers among Performers at Harps Alive Festival this Weekend

By Zahra Baz Three young Causeway harpers will be taking to the stage this weekend for the Harps Alive/An Chruit Bheo/Harps Leevin 2022 festival. Mollie Flack (14), Phoebe Kelly (14) and Hannah Thompson (12), are students of renowned harper Katy Bustard and are studying at her Causeway Harp School. The festival will see harpers and historians from...

5 Slow Food Causeway Events Happening In December

Enjoy good food alongside an unforgettable experience with Slow Food Causeway’s events happening in December. Taste Causeway is an accredited Slow Food destination, one of only a handful of destinations in Ireland to be awarded the accolade by the global Slow Food Movement. Originally founded in Italy during the 1980s to combine the regional traditions with...

Learn Jewellery Making On The Inspirational Causeway Coastal Route

With more than 30 years-experience making jewellery and teaching others, Heather McFadden’s Gobbins Crafts offers the perfect opportunity to learn a new skill. Gobbins Crafts gives visitors the chance to learn to make their own bespoke pieces with Heather, in an intimate setting on the Causeway Coastal Route. Heather, 62, has developed a unique experience where...