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Local Schools Turn Over A New Leaf With Phoenix

Phoenix Natural Gas is helping two Newtownards schools plant seeds of the future in a new partnership project with Keep Northern Ireland Beautiful .

  The Learning About Forests Programme (LEAF) is an international programme, run by the Foundation of Environmental Education and delivered in 28 countries, engaging 700,000 students worldwide. LEAF, which is delivered by Keep Northern Ireland Beautiful in Northern Ireland, advocates outdoor learning and hand-on experiences which result in pupils getting a deeper understanding of the natural world.    Aimed at increasing young people’s awareness of the role that forests play in sustaining life on the planet, the pilot LEAF Programme will be delivered at St Finian’s Primary School and Londonderry Primary School in Newtownards, culminating in a tree planting day that will see both schools come together to share their knowledge.

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New Stena Ferry Arrives In Belfast

The next generation of ferry travel sailed into Belfast Harbour this week, with Stena Edda undertaking important final trials before it welcomes passengers on the Belfast to Liverpool route in the coming weeks.   Welcomed by a flotilla of

Glenarm Glamping Pods Wint 4-Star Status

FURTHER.SPACE at Glenarm Castle glamping pods is the first pod site to be awarded Guest Accommodation Certification and a four star grading by Tourism NI. Glenarm Castle pods are located in the grounds of the 17th Century Castle, with


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