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    Eikon Exhibition Centre, Lisburn -

    Northern Ireland’s newest and largest purpose built venue, Eikon Exhibition Centre at Balmoral Park. This fantastic venue is situated only one mile from Spruefield Retail Park off Junction 7 on the M1 Motorway. Eikon’s location adjacent to Sprucefield on the edge of Lisburn City is ideal for both trade and public events. Belfast City is […]

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    Sacred Heart Church, Omagh -

    Situated at the heart of Omagh in County Tyrone, Sacred Heart Church is an unsurpassed example of late Victorian architecture. Perched on the edge of the Strule River, Sacred Heart is a charming building, perhaps more so for the effort that went into constructing it. There are two accessible entrances to the Church, one at […]

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    Armagh Planetarium, Armagh -

    The Planetarium is a multifaceted organisation dedicated to astronomy education for all levels, from nursery through to retirement age. It is the Planetarium’s unique ability to adapt to changing audience needs that have enabled it to stay at the forefront of science education since its formation. There is a free car park at the Planetarium, […]

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    Todds Leap, Ballygawley -

    Todds Leap an activities centre, which features a purpose built off road course and an electrifying mix of fun filled unique adventure and team building activities. The most electrifying choice of outdoor activities Northern Ireland can offer – a fantastic mix of fun-filled adventure for team building days. The main buildings at Todds Leap are […]

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    St Stephens Green, Dublin -

    Ireland’s best known Victorian public park. Re-opened by Lord Ardilaun in 1880 for the citizens of Dublin. It can be access from top of Grafton Street, in the centre of Dublin. St Stephens Green public park has a cobbled access point, which can be quite frustrating for people in wheelchairs and other mobility assistant aids. […]

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    Garvaghey Centre - Home of Tyrone GAA, Ballygawley -

    Garvaghey Centre is the home of Tyrone GAA. Located off the main A5 road at Ballygawley, opposite Kelly’s Inn, it is easy to access. The ground around the building is tarmac’ed, which provided a smooth surface for anyone who is using a wheelchair. There is ample disabled parking bay close to the main entrance, which […]

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    Rosemary Cottage, Omagh -

    Rosemary Cottage in Town is for facial and back treatment. It is on two floors, with two accesses. One from Market Street, which is part of the main shopping street in Omagh and one from the back of SuperValu car park. Told entrances are accessible by wheelchair, though disabled clients are usually seen on the […]