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Secrets of the Stone Age

Giant's Ring, Near Shaw's Bridge, off Ballynahatty Road, Belfast, County Antrim, BT8 8LE
Secrets of the Stone Age

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The Lagan Valley has been host to human settlement since prehistoric times. Join us to discover how our ancestors may have lived thousands of years ago. Discover the archaeological importance of the Giant's Ring and its associated area.
Meet at the Giant's Ring car park at 11am on Sat 18th June
Free event! Booking essential due to limited places
To book, contact the Park Office on 028 90491922
or email: admin@laganvalley.co.uk

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