What’s on in Causeway Coast and Glens

Walk the Glens Festival

Date: 1st – 3rd June


Venue: Glens

Contact: 028 2171 1378 / 07588 655 053 / craignagat@btinternet.com

A weekend of walks on offer for everyone ranging from gentle strolls to mountain challenges located in spectacular surroundings. Appropriate footwear must be worn on all mountain walks.


Ballycastle Food Tour

Date: 1st & 2nd June

Time: 10am – 2pm

Venue: Departing Ballycastle Visitor Information Centre

Contact: info@irishfeast.com 077 18276612

Enjoy 6 unique food venues in Ballycastle on a Ballycastle Food Tour. Cost is £40. Bookings can be made through all Causeway Coast and Glens Visitor Information Centres.


Ballymoney Show

Date: 1st & 2nd June

Time: Fri 3.30pm – late, Sat 10am-4pm

Venue: Ballymoney Showgrounds, North Road, Ballymoney

Contact: secretary@ballymoneyshow.org

One of the oldest and largest agricultural shows in Northern Ireland. 2 days of fun for all the family. The show includes cattle, sheep, goat and poultry judging, equestrian events, home industries and lots more.


Cloughmills June Fair

Date: 2nd & 3rd June

Time: 12noon- 4pm

 Venue: Old Mill, Main Street, Cloughmills

Contact: 07786 527 732 or 07916 503 367 info@cloughmills.org.uk

Live music, market stalls, dancing exhibitions, children’s craft activities, rural crafts and interactive workshops on bushcraft, archery, cooking and bread-making demonstrations and riverside activity trail. On Sunday teddy bear’s picnic and local history events. Admission adults £4, children £2.


Fairhead Walking Tour

Date: 2nd June

Time: 11am

Venue: Departing Fairhead Car Park £10

Contact: 07723 921 022 nineglenswalkingtours.co.uk

Walking tour of the iconic Fairhead departing 11am from carpark. Booking essential as spaces are limited on this popular tour.



Champion Auto Test, Coleraine District Motor Club Ltd

 Date:  2nd June

Time: 12noon-5pm

Venue: North West 200 Paddock – Championship Auto Test

Contact: John Wilson 07860 419 401

Penultimate round of championship, a popular event on the Causeway Coast and Glens Events Calendar.


Vineyard Car Boot Sale, farmers market & craft fair

Date: 2nd June

Time: 9am-1pm

Venue: Vineyard Centre, 10 Hillman’s Way, Ballycastle Road, Coleraine

Contact: 028 7022 0005 nigel@vineyardcompassion.co.uk

Car boot sale, famers market and craft fair taking place at the Vineyard Centre.


Dog Friendly Tours

Date: 2nd June

Time: 10am-2pm

Venue: East Strand Car Park, Portrush

Contact: 07400 094 252 woof@dogfriendlytours.co.uk

Dog Friendly Food Tours are a fun, outdoor, walking experience for dog owners, stopping to taste great local food and drink. £40 Only one dog per human.


Coastal Crafters – Craft and Collectables Fair, Portstewart

Date: 2nd June

Time: 10am-5pm

Venue: Portstewart Town Hall

Contact: 07850 377 644 kklm@btinternet.com

A craft and collectables fair taking place in the seaside town of Portstewart.


Causeway Coast Ford Fair

Date: 3rd June

Time: 12.30-4pm

Venue:  West Bay, Portrush

Contact: 028 7035 5921 sinead.reid@trustford.co.uk

Showcasing a wide range of Ford classic vintage vehicles, plus the latest Ford models.   Trade village, food village and children’s entertainment provided.


Ladies Magners International Golf Tournament

Date: 4th June – 7th June

Time: from 8am

Venue: Bushfoot Golf Club, Portballintrae

Contact: 028 2073 1317

This is the largest ladies amateur handicap event in Northern Ireland.


Causeway Coast Amateur Golf Tournament

Date: 4th to 8th June

Time: –

Venue:  Various

Contact: info@causewaygolf.com

Played over Royal Portrush (Valley Course), Castlerockm Ballyliffen (Old Course) and Ballycastle. The Causeway Coast tournament is one of the oldest and best supported competitions in Europe.


Danny Boy Jazz and Blues Festival

Date: 3rd – 10th June

Time: – Various

Venue: Various throughout Limavady

Contact: www.limavadyjazzandblues.com/

The best of local, national and international acts will perform in venues throughout Limavady Town Centre.


James Blaney and the Titanic Story, Rathlin Sound Maritime Festival

Date: 1st June

Time: 7pm – 9pm

Venue: Portnagree House, Ballycastle

Contact: www.rathlinsoundmaritimefestival.com

Find out more about the Titanic’s links to Ballycastle’s Portnagree House during this talk about James Blaney and the Titanic Story. Free admission. Further itinerary of events on both Rathlin and Ballycastle can be found online.


NW200 Racing through the Years

Date: 14th April –23rd June

Time: Monday to Saturday 9.30am – 5pm

Venue: Roe Valley Arts & Cultural Centre, Limavady

Contact: info@rvacc.co.uk 028 7776 0650

Exhibition showcasing memorable moments from the NW200 including photographs and memorabilia.


NW200 Faces & Places

Date: 30th March – 28th June

Time: May & September – weekends only, 1-4.45pm.

June – August- Monday-Sunday, 1pm-4.45pm


Venue: Green Lane Museum, Roe Valley Country Park, Limavady

Contact: 028 7776 0650 information@rvacc.co.uk

This exhibition features photographs of riders, spectators, stewards, first aiders and fans of the North West 200 races in the years 1977-1987. All photographs are from the Coleraine Chronicle and Constitution Archives.


North West 200 People and Places Exhibition

Date: 4th May – 1st September

Time: Open Mon-Thurs &Sat 9am-5pm Fri 9am-4.30pm Special Sunday Opening NW200 week. 

Venue: Ballymoney Museum, Townhead Street BT53 6BE

Contact: 028 2766 0230 cms@causewaycoastandglens.gov.uk


New exhibition featuring people and places from the Chronicle and Constitution Archive, (1987 to 1997), the emergency services; display of bikes, leathers and NW200 memorabilia. Admission free.


Roe Valley Memories, A Nelson McGonagle Collection

Date: 30th March – Thursday 28th June

Time: April & May – Weekends only, 1pm – 4.45pm / June – Monday – Sunday, 1.00pm – 4.45pm

Venue: Green Lane Museum, Roe Valley Country Park

Contact: information@rvacc.co.uk

A selection of photographs on display in Green Lane Museum Green from Nelson McGonagle’s second book ‘Roe Valley Memories’.


Causeway 1718: Society in Transition

Date: 11th May – 20th June

Time: Opening Hours: Tuesday-Saturday 11am-4pm

Venue: Museum in Coleraine Town Hall

Contact: 02827660230

This exhibition explores the people and places of the Causeway area in the early eighteenth century, connecting local people and places with bigger national stories.