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All of the play equipment was designed to blend with the natural environment and to promote exercise. It also helps children develop their physical co-ordination skills and through adventurous elements, supports natural risk taking.
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Mayor Councillor John McArdle launched the Ring of Gullion Audio Guides at the Slieve Gullion Courtyard just in time for the summer season. The launch was attended by the areas MP, MLA and local councillors as well as the local community and council officials who worked on the tour.
Wildflowers are very important to us as they help maintain a healthy eco-system. So we thought we would celebrate Irish wildflowers in the Ring of Gullion.
Pupils from St Josephs Meigh, and St Oliver Plunketts in Forkhill are working on a habitat restoration project for Slieve Gullion’s heather. Cuttings were taken last year from Slieve Gullion and have been carefully looked after in specially controlled greenhouse. The time has come for them to move into bigger p...
For the first time the Ring of Gullion and Cooley cross border Conservation Volunteer team met up on Saturday 23rd February.