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16 Mar 2011

New Northern Ireland heritage trail launched
BY Pete Hayman

A new 92-mile (148km) signed driving route - the St Patrick's Trail - has been launched in Downpatrick, Northern Ireland.

The trail links a series of key Patrician and Christian heritage sites across the province, with four areas - Armagh, Newry, Downpatrick and Bangor - each featuring a 'hub' venue.

One of five major capital Signature Projects identified by the Northern Ireland Tourist Board, the trail received £3.5m from the Programme for Government, Tourism Development Scheme.


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