Take a seat and enjoy the view

The Giant’s Causeway and Causeway Coast World Heritage Site stretches along the Causeway Coast for 3km, with the popular Causeway Coastal Route providing access along this stunning […]

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New logos for Causeway buses

This afternoon, Custom Graphix traveled to the Giant’s Causeway to update the two Translink buses which service the road from the National Trust’s Visitor Centre to […]

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International Conference

In late September Andrew travelled to Saint John, New Brunswick, to attend the 6th International UNESCO Conference on Global Geoparks. Andrew joined a cross-border delegation from Northern […]

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Natural Heritage

A Coastal Guide for Coastal Businesses – Research

There is a growing demand for water based recreation around Northern Ireland’s coast, particularly along the famous Causeway Coastal Route. At present tours and recreation provide little […]

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Launch of a Field Guide to the Geodiversity of the Causeway Coastal Route

Did you know that the Causeway Coastal Route is one of the best places in the World to learn about geology? Forget about your boring old […]

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Hei hei!

Hei Hei, as they say in Norway. In March Andrew, Nikki, Tierna and Maxime traveled to Bergen in the west of Norway to attend an UNESCO […]

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World Heritage Insight Event

On Tuesday the 25th of February the Causeway Coast and Glens Heritage Trust co-hosted a World Heritage Site insight event with the Northern Ireland Tourist Board […]

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Heard about our World Heritage Site?

On Friday 14th February 2014, CCGHT launched a new leaflet which explains why the Giant’s Causeway and Causeway Coast is recognised as a World Heritage Site, […]

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Invitation to tender – Geoconservation Information Booklet

CCGHT provides a secretariat service to the World Heritage Site Steering Group and as such receives funding to deliver an annual series of projects. CCGHT wish […]

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