Ulster Cycling News
6Nov/130

Make Your Voice Heard re Forests in Dungannon and South Tyrone

Outdoor Recreation NI, working on behalf of Dungannon and South Tyrone Borough Council, are holding two public consultation events to discuss your views on current and future outdoor recreation and activity tourism opportunities in the forests within Dungannon and South Tyrone Borough Council area.

The aim of the study is to consider the provision and quality of activities that take place and facilities present within the forests, and
also what opportunities could be developed in the future. The forests that are being discussed are as follows: Parkanaur, Brantry, Fardross, Favour Royal, Knockmany, Dunmoyle, Mullaghfad, Crocknagrally and Altmore.

Please see below for details of the two consultation evenings:

Date: Wednesday, 13th November
Time: 7-8pm (refreshments from 6.45pm)
Venue: The Pavillion, Round Lake, Fivemiletown

Date: Thursday, 14th November
Time: 7-8pm (refreshments from 6.45pm)
Venue: Castlecaulfield Pavilion, Castlecaulfield
The Pavilion, Roundlake, Murley Road, Fivemiletown, BT75 OQS. 

In Fivemiletown, follow signs for Fintona on the B122 (Murley Road), Roundlake is about half a mile from Fivemiletown on the left hand side.

Castlecaulfield Pavilion, Drumreaney Road, Castlecaulfield

From Castlecaulfield, continue north towards Donaghmore. The Pavilion is on the right hand side leaving the village, entrance has white walls with a recycling station outside.

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