Limavady Historical and Cultural Society held a ‘Mystery Coach Trip’ to places of interest in part of the Limavady Borough Council area on Wednesday 13th June.
“The group was given a very interesting and informative talk by local school teacher and historian George Dallas,” said a spokesperson.
“The visit included the National Trust site at Rough Fort, The Broighter Gold, St Aidens Church, Tamlaghtard Parish Church, the Rams Horn, and Bolea area of the district. George gave an insight to people events and life of days gone bye.”
The group will take a summer break during July due to public holidays.
“We will resume our programme of events on Wednesday 8th August with a talk in The Limavady Arts and Cultural Centre in Main Street, Limavady at 8pm where George Dallas will host a talk on Armagh City and Navan Fort,” said a spokesperson.
The group will run a coach to Navan Fort and Armagh City on Saturday 18th August, The Coach leaving from The Cultural Centre at 9am. The Lectures are free and light supper is provided.
The charge for those attending the Coach trip will be £5.00 for adults and Children under 16 travel for free.
Any one looking to reserve places on the coach or find out more details about the group contact Steven on 07824365219.
“The Group would like to thank Julie Brolly, owner of Cafe Piazza, in Limavady who opened her cafe to provide us with refreshments after the coach trip. We would like to thank the Good Relations Officer with Limavady District Council, Patricia Cameron who provided us with funding to facilitate this programme of events.”