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Blossom: Bishop's Gate Garden and Forest Easter Walk

Bishop's Gate, Mussenden Road, Castlerock, Coleraine, Derry/Londonderry, BT51 4RR
gardens on the grounds of Downhill Estate
  • gardens on the grounds of Downhill Estate
  • National Trust head gardener Una and her team of rangers and volunteers take a way through Downhill Forest. The poster is promoting an Easter Walk, le


Immerse yourself in the National Trust's Festival of Blossom on the Causeway Coast and join Head Gardener Una for a gentle walk around the Bog Garden and Bishop's Gate Arboretum.

Enjoy a morning nature trail through the grounds of Downhill, which are kept beautiful all year-round by Una and her dedicated team, where you'll discover a variety of blooms, as well as exotic and ornamental trees.

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