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Events

 

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Mid Ulster Vintage Rally

Saturday 2nd June
Springhill, Moneymore
Adult £5, Child £2, Members Free

Car Bazaar

Saturday 2nd June
Mount Stewart
Car £5, Van £30, Trailer £15

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Scenic Forest Walk

Monday 4th June
Florence Court
Normal Admission, Members Free

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Portmuck Geology Walk

Saturday 9th June
Portmuck, Co Antrim
No Charge, Donations Welcome

The World of Moths

Sunday 10th June
Murlough NNR
No Charge, Donations Welcome

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Launch Event – INTERREG VA Collaborative Action for the Natura Network Project (CANN)

Tuesday 12th June
Nuremore Hotel, Carrickmacross, Co. Monaghan
Free

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Moyola Waterfoot Nature Reserve – Himalayan Balsam Control

Sunday 17th June
Moyola Waterfoot Nature Reerve
Free

Wild in the Park: Falcons and Friends

Sunday 17th June
Carnfunnock Country Park
Free

International Climate Change Adaptation Conference 2018

Monday 18th June
See website for details
See website for details

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Grass Roots Summer Outing

Saturday 23rd June
Downpatrick Area
TBC

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Jump in Muddy Puddles Day

Friday 29th June
Carnfunnock Country Park
Free

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UFRC Open Weekend 2017 18 September 2017

Rambling Clubs Across Northern Ireland Challenge Walkers To Try Something New (via Ulster Federation of Rambling Clubs)

UFRC 

The Ulster Federation of Rambling Clubs are pleased to announce their upcoming Open Weekend on Saturday 30th September and Sunday 1st October 2017 hosted by clubs across Northern Ireland

Over 10 walking clubs from across Northern Ireland will be welcoming new walkers to their clubs for a specially tailored ‘Welcome Walks’ on Saturday 30th September & Sunday 1st October 2017 with the intention of encouraging more people to get active and increase new membership.

Commenting ahead of the event UFRC Chairman Graham Seymour said; “So many people are nervous about walking in the hills on their own, for others it is for health or social reasons that they like the idea of regularly walking with a group. Our clubs are a real lifeline to many of our members who enjoy the weekly or fortnightly challenge of getting out into the hills or exploring local trails. I would encourage anybody interested in keeping active, making new friends or simply looking to experience some of Northern Ireland’s spectacular scenery to come along to one (or more!) of these welcome walks.”

Welcome walks are set to place in a range of locations including the Mournes, Antrim Hills, Crawfordsburn and the Comber Greenway. To take part is free however there are limited spaces on each of the walks so booking in advance is advised. More information on these walks including how to reserve your space can be found on both the UFRC & WalkNI websites.

The UFRC are currently supported by SportNI & The National Lottery Fund through the Active Clubs Programme.

The Ulster Federation of Rambling Clubs is the Governing body for Rambling and Hillwalking Clubs in Northern Ireland.

  UFRC

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