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Patrick and The Pagan Hills

Saint Patrick Visitor Centre, 53a Lower Market Street, Downpatrick, County Down, BT30 6LZ
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Walk through the by-ways of Saint Patrick's Country exploring a landscape of ancient monuments and saintly connections including one of the area's oldest churches. Begin at the Saint Patrick Centre, travelling with Guide Duane Fitzsimons by minicoach into the heart of Saint Patrick's Country. Visit Lough Money, the source of the River Slaney where Patrick landed in 432AD. Along the Way you will see Neolithic monuments and hear ancient tales with your informative guide.

6 miles – 5 hrs £65 including packed lunch
Transport included
Fully Guided Small Group (15 max) Fridays at 10:00
Moderate fitness, long trousers, rainproof gear, sunscreen, small backpacks and stout footwear recommended. High Vis ‘Patrick’s Way Pilgrim’ Vest and lunch included

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