Variety is the spice of life in the Ring of Gullion

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Thursday, December 18th, 2014
They say variety is the spice of life, and that’s just what’s been captured in this year’s Ring of Gullion calendar. Spend your year discovering the vast amount of heritage in the Ring of Gullion, showcased in the Ring of Gullion 2015 calendar. The photographs were picked from the entrees in the Ring of Gullion Photograph Competition 2014 and range from images of Ballykeel Portal Tomb to Derrymore House in Bessbrook. They showcase some of the more well known landscapes in the Ring of Gullion such as Camlough Lake but also introduce members of the public to lesser know areas such as Cashel Lough. Therese Hamill, Ring of Gullion Officer said, “The calendar is free and is available at the Winter Solstice Events between Friday 19th December and Monday 22nd December, the Ring of Gullion Office in Crossmaglen and the Visitor Information Point in Slieve Gullion Forest Park and Newry.” Next year’s competition will open from the 15th January and will run until September. All this year’s photographs entered can be viewed on the Ring of Gullion Website. You can find out much more about the Ring of Gullion or book onto our Winter Solstice Events on the website – and click on What’s on. Follow the Ring of Gullion on Facebook to keep up to date on what’s happening.
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