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Walk through the beauty of nature in Newcastle.

feetlegswoodland - Walk through the beauty of nature in Newcastle. [A Thing To Do Today] Price: Free Time: 2-3 hours
Explore the Donard Forest and the Mourne mountains - if only for three miles - with this walking tour from the Royal Geographical Society. See the highlights of nature along the way, as well as how people have used the landscape over the centuries. Start the walk at Newcastle harbour, and take the tour as you go on a smartphone, or download the audio tour files to hear as you go.
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Welcome to the Craigavon edition of A Thing To Do Today: the ultimate curated guide to the best of what to do today in Craigavon. From free to cheap to boutique, if you're in and around Craigavon, whether you're visiting or a local, A Thing To Do Today is here to help. We specialise in selecting interesting and often unknown activities, attractions and events specifically on and open today, which are ready to discover in Craigavon for anyone feeling curious, creative or cultural. Look at the idea above for something to do today, and get other wonderful things to do by reloading the page. Find out more about the site, or for comments, suggestions, corrections, donations, or to submit your things to do, email john@athingtodotoday.com. Or check out social media @athingtodo.

CRAIGAVON
ARMAGH CITY BANBRIDGE AND CRAIGAVON
54.44709, -6.387


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