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Tha Hairtlan Festival 2024

Reivers House, Kilkeel, Kilkeel, County Down, BT34 4AF
Images promoting The Hairtlan Festival, Celebrating Ulster Scots Culture in the Kingdom of Mourne from 28 June - 11 July 2024

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The Festival will host a fantastic range of events for people of all ages to enjoy all facets of Ulster-Scots.

This will include Ulster-Scots heritage and history exhibitions, baking events, a Gathering and BBQ, lambeg drumming competition, singing and poetry events, music and dance workshops, socials, historical commemoration events, educational talks and presentations, food events, tea dances, concerts, competitions, afternoon family fun day events, cultural pageants, open air concert, bonfire and fireworks.

Everyone is more than welcome to come along to our Festival events. For further information, please don't hesitate to get in contact with the Schomberg Society.

The Schomberg Society's Annual Ulster-Scots Hairtlan Festival will be taking place from 28 June to 11 July 2024 across the Kingdom of Mourne.

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