Mourne Mountains Calendar 2018

January - Newry Town Hall

The Town Hall designed by William Batt, was constructed in 1893. The most unusual feature about the building is that it is built on a three arched bridge.

February - Mournes

The Mourne Mountains are a range of mountains that are located in County Down. The Mountains have been proposed as the first national park in Northern Ireland.

March - Bryansford

Bryansford is a small village in County Down. It sits at the northern side of Tollymore Forest Park, between Newcastle and Castlewellan.

April - Warrenpoint

Donaghaguy Reservoir, Warrenpoint is a popular fishing location. The reservoir is stocked with rainbow & brown trout monthly.

May - Dundrum

Dundrum is a village in County Down. It is beside Dundrum Bay, just outside of Newcastle. The village is best known for its ruined Norman castle.

June - Castlewellan

Castlewellan Castle is a Scottish baronial castle; which was built in 1856. It lies between the Mourne Mountains and Slieve Croob.

July - Cranfield

Cranfield Beach is the most southerly point of N. Ireland with views of the Mourne Mountains & Haulbowline Lighthouse built in the 1800’s, which sits in the middle of the sea

August - Cruise Ship in Warrenpoint

Warrenpoint is a small town in County Down. It lies on the northern shore of Carlingford Lough and is separated from the Republic of Ireland by a narrow strait.

September - Tyrella Beach

Tyrella Beach is a dune conservation area within Dundrum Bay, Downpatrick. It has 25 hectares of mature dunes in a conservation area with local flora and fauna.

October - Rostrevor

Rostrevor is a village in County Down. It lies at the foot of Slieve Martin on the coast of Carlingford Lough. The Kilbroney River flows through the village.

November - Silent Valley

The view from the summit of Slieve Bearnagh towards Ben Crom, Slieve Binnian and Silent Valley Reservoir.

December - The Great Irish Elk


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