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Halloween Events

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Autumn leaves
LocationLisburn

Halloween & Autumn in Lisburn - free family event with lots of themed activities on 22 October from…

Bridge over River Lagan in Lagan Valley Regional Park
LocationBELFAST

Enjoy an eerie walk around one of the most haunted areas of the Lagan Valley Regional Park. Hear…

Perfect places for an Autumnal walk...

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Tree lined avenue in Castle Gardens leading up to memorial
LocationLisburn

Castle Gardens is the most historically significant open space in Lisburn and was once the site of…

Family ona bench looking over the lake at Hillsborough Forest
LocationRoyal Hillsborough

Hillsborough Forest is set in the picturesque Georgian village of Royal Hillsborough and sits just…

Image shows entrance to the Lagan Valley Regional Park with a white cottage in the background
LocationBelfast

Lagan Valley Regional Park From the headwaters of Slieve Croob in the peaks of Dromara, beyond the…

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LocationLisburn

This 26-acre park was given to the town of Lisburn by its landlord, Sir Richard Wallace in 1884 as…

Cosy up in a local restaurant...

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LocationDundonald, Belfast

Celebrating almost a decade of serving the finest curries, Cinnamon has recently undergone a major…

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LocationRoyal Hillsborough

The Parson’s Nose comes with a pedigree that’s melded into the very fabric of the building.

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LocationMoira

Touch the heart of Chinese culture - experience the delights of the Midnight Haunt. Recently…

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LocationLisburn

With everything made from scratch and a firm commitment to local suppliers, the Daily Apron Café…

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LocationMoira

Local chef Chris McGowan and his wife Davina have transformed this fine Georgian house into a…

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LocationMoira

Family owned Distillery in Moira, County Down with adjoining Gastro-Pub and Gin School. With the…

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LocationLisburn

Perfect pit-stop during a shopping session, Cafe Vic-Ryn is also a great destination for everything…

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LocationMoira

Family owned Distillery & Pub in the beautiful village of Moira, County Down. With the award…

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LocationMoira

We are a great local pub in the heart of Moira Village!

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LocationMoira

Clenaghans restaurant is brought back to life with modern comfort warming the traditional stone…

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LocationLisburn

Our food philosophy is to offer a wide selection of wholesome traditional fare with a contemporary…

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LocationBelfast

The newly transformed Four Winds combines the slick sophistication of our Wine Bar, the very…

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LocationCastlereagh, Belfast

Charlie's Bistro & Lounge is the ideal destination to enjoy a relaxing lunch or dinner in the…

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LocationRoyal Hillsborough

Welcome to the Pheasant Restaurant located in the heart of Co. Down, Northern Ireland. We offer…

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LocationMoira

One of the oldest butchery businesses in Northern Ireland being over 150 years established, all…

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LocationRoyal Hillsborough

The combination of café, grill and bar makes it the perfect experience, with its cool surroundings,…

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LocationRoyal Hillsborough

This is a famous family owned pub with an outstanding reputation for hospitality, atmosphere and…

Owl & Pussycat panini
LocationRoyal Hillsborough

Gastro café serving freshly made breakfasts and lunches that showcase the very best local artisan…

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LocationMoira

FINE is an award winning food and coffee emporium and was established in 2018 with a simple passion…

Shop front of Little WIng pizzeria with a branded promotional car out the front.
LocationLisbutrn

At Little Wing we want to make the best pizza EVER! To make that happen we take our research very…

Image shows a cup of coffee and bacon with pancakes at Paul Hampton cafe
LocationRoyal Hillsborough

Paul Hampton Cafe serves a unique blend of coffee and delicious treats.

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LocationBelfast

If there’s one thing we’re not shy about, it’s our age. Yes, we’re old, really old; and we say that…

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LocationMoira

The Quirky Bird Café was reborn in January 2020 as a social enterprise café.

A meal including chicken and peppers with chips from the Chip Hawker
LocationRoyal Hillsborough

Traditional Fryers Fayre with a Modern Twist.

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