Belfast Telegraph

Thursday 18 September 2014

THE annual Festival of the Peninsular continues in Co Down with a packed programme of events.

The festival, which is in its fifth year, features an impressive line-up of internationally acclaimed folk musicians and storytellers. The programme also includes walking tours, boat tours and a series of workshops.

Folk musicians from Australia, Tanzania, Scotland, Ireland, England and Northern Ireland are due to take part in the event which concludes on Sunday.

Folk musicians from Australia, Tanzania, Scotland, Ireland, England and Northern Ireland are due to take part in the event which concludes on Sunday.

For further information contact 02891 826846 or e-mail tourism@ards-council.gov.uk.

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