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Kelly Contracts

Kelly Contracts

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The Tool Centre (Newcastle Hire Centre)

The Tool Centre sometimes known as Newcastle Hire Centre is owned and managed by Tony Fitzpatrick it is a successful plant hire and hardware retailer. With a wide variety of hire equipment all of which is exceptionally well maintained, Tony commands more than his share of the hire business in Newcastle and surrounding area. Whatever your requirement give Tony a call, and with Christmas coming up Tony usually has a good selection of real trees on offer.

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The Tandragee 100

Tandragee 100 motorcycle race, I looked for ages to find history of the Tandragee 100 couldnt find anything at all. Hopefully we have enough to inform you all about the next one, in 2018.

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Castlewellan Show

Castlewellan Agricultural Show is located in the beautiful surroundings of Castlewellan Forest Park within the heart of the Mourne Mountains in County Down. The Park, which is managed by the Forest Service, extends over 450 hectares, featuring a lake, arboretum, camping/caravan facilities, a mountain bike trail and the Castlewellan Castle conference centre. There is free parking on the day of the Show.  Click here to find out more about Castlewellan Forest Park

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Downpatrick Market

Downpatrick Market takes place every Saturday to the rear of the Grove Shopping Centre, from 8:00 to 18:00.

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Douglas Auto Spares

Douglas Auto Spares is situated in the town of Ballynahinch, County Down. The company is the premier supplier of auto spares in their location with a vast stock and friendly efficient service they will quickly source that rare item to get you mobile again.

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Castleward House

In the 1570's Bernard Ward from Cheshire in England was appointed surveyor general of Ireland by Elizabeth I, according to family tradition he bought five town lands in east county Down from the Earl of Kildare, the property is said to have been called 'Carrick-na-Shannafh' ( Foxes Rock). A tower house was built about 1610, at some stage an extension is thought to have been added to the south of the tower, little evidence is visible of this today. Early in the 18th century times were...

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