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St Patrick’s Day Celebrations Limavady

St Patrick’s Day celebrations are due to take place this year in Limavady at the Roe Valley Arts & Cultural Centre on Saturday 14 March from 10am to 2pm. There will be fabulous family fun with live music, workshops and dance performances.

Also,there is a Leprechaun Hunt taking place throughout Limavady Town Centre organised in association with the Roe Valley Chamber of Commerce. All you have to do is find the mischievous Leprechauns hiding in the town centre shops. How […]

Limavady Orange Heritage Centre

Limavady Orange Heritage Centre is the hub of Orangeism in the Roe Valley.  With a museum collection which covers the history of Limavady, Unionism and Orangeism.  We open Wednesday and Saturday 10am – 3pm.

Limavady

Limavady

RVACC, Limavady

The town of Limavady in the west of the Causeway Coast and Glens was founded in the early seventeenth century and its name is of Gaelic origin meaning ‘Leap of the Dog’ (Leim an Mhadaidh).

The ‘Londonderry Air’ is synonymous with the town. In 1851, Jane Ross wrote down the tune played by a travelling fiddler – you will know it as “Danny Boy.”

Today it is a thriving market town known for its unique blend of retailers, characterised by […]

Limavady Visitor Information Centre

Limavady Visitor Information Centre provides a first class information service for locals and visitors to the area.

Located within the Roe Valley Arts & Cultural Centre, the visitor information team are more than happy to assist with any enquires.

A range of free tourism literature which includes accommodation, events, visitor guides and maps covering the Causeway Coast and Glens area and Northern Ireland are available. We provide an accommodation booking service, assistance with genealogy enquiries and information on planning trips.

The VIC […]

Limavady Workhouse

Opened in 1842, the Limavady Union Workhouse is reported to be one of the best preserved buildings of its type in the whole of Ireland. Jimmy McCurry, the blind fiddler who brought the melody of Danny Boy to the ears of Jane Ross and initiated its journey to become one of the world’s most famous songs, is said to have died in Limavady Workhouse. It became the Limavady Cottage Hospital in 1932 and retained this function until 1998. Owned […]

Roe Valley Cycles of Limavady

Since being established as a family run business in 1993 Roe Valley Cycles has fast become a name synonymous with quality, professionalism and expertise.

Rent A Bike at Roe Valley Cycles. We rent touring, racing and kids bikes for daily, weekend or weekly hire.

Please visit www.roevalleycycles.com for prices and further information.

Easter Seasonal Programme

Please be advised that due to COVID-19 (coronavirus) this programme of events has now been cancelled. 

In Causeway Coast and Glens towns (Limavady, Ballycastle, Portrush and Portstewart) join some of the fantastic characters lined up for 2020’s Causeway Coast and Glens Easter programme as they take you on a fun filled ride of laughter.

Something for all the family, this year’s programme is packed with street entertainment including juggling, plate spinning, whip cracking and much more.

Local Services and Businesses

Local trade in the Causeway Coast & Glens area have adapted their businesses to offer delivery services throughout the area during the COVID-19 outbreak. Please find a list of producers, crafters and more and support our local businesses during this time.

(All information is correct at the time of publishing. Page last updated 29/05/2020)

Ballycastle area

Ballycastle, Ballintoy, Cushendall, Portbradden 

Business name Telephone number Website Details (opening hours/how to order/service offered etc)
Anzac Restaurant

Ballycastle

028 2076 8469 Email

Farlow Wood & Sampsons Tower

Join Roe Valley Ancestral Researchers Group and the Causeway Coast & Glens Heritage Trust to walk through this privately owned 350 year old wood just outside Limavady.

Untouched for the last 50 years, you will be one of the first groups allowed into this hidden gem that only a few know about, and even less visit.  Within it you will also visit Sampson’s Tower, a folly 160 years old and now waiting to be unveiled to the public.

Light refreshments provided.

12noon […]

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