Tag Archives: Newry

The Argus: Dogs on the Greenway

dogs on the greenway

Dundalk Dog Rescue’s fundraising dog walk along the Carlingford Greenway on Sunday morning was a huge success. Happy dogs, many of them rescues which had been rehomed thanks to the efforts of Dundalk Dog Rescue volunteers, and their owners gathered at Carlingford braved the elements on Sunday morning for a walk to raise funds for […]

Irish News: Take on Nature – Epic walk is a shore thing

Irish News: Take on Nature - Epic walk is a shore thing

RIVULETS run into rock pools, crevices fill and open expanses of sand are quickly inundated. Limp strands of seaweed rise from where they nestle to sway in the current and mussel-gatherers lift their bags and retreat to dry land. On more exposed beaches the ebb and flow of the tide is barely tangible and only […]

Newry Greenway to Victoria Lock

Newry Greenway to Victoria Lock

NEWRY GREENWAY TO VICTORIA LOCK OPENING FRIDAY The long anticipated 5.7km stretch of the New Carlingford Lough Greenway will be open for use from this Friday 4 May. The section of the Carlingford Lough Greenway, from Dublin Road Bridge in Newry through the Albert Basin site and along Middlebank as far as Victoria Lock, has […]