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Great Days Out In Mid Ulster On Show

Mid Ulster District Council is providing information on the wealth of fantastic great days out available from providers across the district, with the Mid Ulster based Great Days Out showcase event returning on Wednesday 18 October, from 10am to 1pm in The Glenavon Hotel, Cookstown.

With free entry and exhibitors from attractions and activities throughout the council area, the event is aimed at showcasing some of the great visitor experiences available, so that whether you are looking for a free family day out or organising group trips/days out for your club or association, you can see what’s on offer and plan the perfect itinerary. 

Chair of Mid Ulster District Council, Councillor Dominic Molloy is encouraging everyone to call in to browse the experiences on show, saying, 

“Mid Ulster offers an incredibly strong appeal for visitors interested in enjoying history, heritage, culture and the great outdoors. Our Great Days Out showcase event lets everyone find out what they can see, do and explore in our district. This year there are brand new visitor experiences on offer, and whatever or wherever you choose, you can be sure that a giant welcome awaits you in Mid Ulster.”

Steeped in archaeology, history and heritage, Mid Ulster contains one of the richest seams of archaeological, historic and heritage sites and facilities in the region.

Visitors to the fair will be able to speak with representatives from a wide range of tourism businesses including: OM Dark Sky Park and Observatory, Croga Tours; River Bann Boat Tours; Island Turf Crafts; Corick House Hotel; Killymoon Castle; Friels Bar/Emigrants Walk; Hill of The O'Neill and Ranfurly House; An t-Ionad Fíona Wine Center; the Loughinsholin Cluster; Splash & Jungle NI; Lough Neagh Stories; Symphonia Gin; The National Trust; Maghera Heritage Centre; US Grants Homestead; and Bakehouse NI.

The Great Days Out Fair is open to all and is free to attend. Email or phone 03000 132 132 for further information.