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Tommy Collins (MBE), Tour Guide

33 New Row, Kilrea, County Londonderry, BT51 5TA
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A native of Northern Ireland and Blue Badge Guide, I deliver a wide range of tours throughout Ireland and the UK. find it a privilege to show the visitor the sights of our beautiful island. I guide tourists hoping to give them a very enjoyable and informative experience of the country, whether walking, touring by coach or car.

Tours can be planned for church groups, tourists, conference delegates, tour operators and corporate groups. Genealogical tours undertaken to explore family ancestry. Interests include walking in rural Ireland, Vintage Vehicles, Local history, Folklore, Irish & Scottish traditional music, Ornithology, Conservation, Ulster Scots history, Pre-Christian Ireland and Farm Tours.

I am also keenly interested in the Ulster Scots tradition and am willing to share knowledge on this with groups interested in the Ulster – Scottish links. I was born on a farm in Northern Ireland and have a deep love for rural life.

• Familiarisation Trips
• Tour Management
• Guided Tours of N Ireland
• Tour Organising
• Industry
• Corporate Tours
• Rural Life
• Agricultural Tours
• Environment
• Genealogy
• Walking Tours


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  • Euros accepted

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Frame at Portneal, KilreaPicture This: Portneal, Kilrea, Northern IrelandA beautiful and historically important bridge within tranquil woodland, just outside the pisturesque village of Kilrea.

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