The Lagan Valley Regional Park is located between Stranmillis in Belfast and Union Locks in Lisburn and covers some 4,000 acres of countryside and eleven miles of riverbank. The Regional Park is a mosaic of countryside, urban parks, heritage sites, nature reserves and riverside trails. The backbone of the Regional Park is the River Lagan and towpath - offering miles of level walking in tranquil, attractive surroundings. Its rich local history includes relics of the old Lagan Canal and linen industry, whilst it’s more distant past is represented by Norman mottes and evidence of early Stone Age settlements, such as the Giant’s Ring.
Full details on the work of the Advisory Committee can be found at the following link:
Lagan Valley Regional Park Advisory Committee
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