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Monday 20 October 2014

TeleBest: Top National Trust Autumn attractions

1. Toy Trade
Not just for children, this toy fair is for everyone! Quality second-hand toys are available. There’s everything from collectables, to creative and educational to traditional games and puzzles.
Bring along your old toys for the Toy Trading hour between 3pm and 4pm.
Castle Ward, 25 September1- 5pm. Normal admission Members free Donations accepted until 24 September
2. Musical Sunday
What better setting than the historical Argory house to enjoy melody and music. Take a tour of this fantastic house, soak up the character and charm while music from the Steinway Piano fills the air.
The Argory, 3 October, 11am- 5pm. Normal admission Member free
10. Hallowe’en on the Black Mountain
Enjoy a guided walk to the summit of the Black Mountain for the spectacular views of Belfast’s fireworks displays. Wrap up warm and don’t forget the sensible footwear!
All children must be accompanied.
Divis and the Black Mountain 31 October, 7-10pm, No charge, Donations welcome

Get ready for autumn and all things spooky and spectacular with the National Trust. With everything from toy fairs to haunted houses and nature walks there’s something for everyone.

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