The beautiful festive story, filmed on location in Greencastle, Inishowen, is about a little girl waiting for her fisherman father to come home from work on Christmas Eve after a big storm.
Archive for year: 2017
Don McNeil of the Ulster-Canada Initiative is hoping to put a permanent memorial in place to the 354 people lost at sea off the mouth of Lough Swilly in the Laurentic disaster in January 1917.
Tom and Emer welcome you to view their great selection of clothing, sportswear and accessories at The Village Boutique, Falcarragh along the Wild Atlantic Way
Enjoy a rich cultural experience in the heart of Rathmullan … following the trail of the Earls through mainland Europe 10 years after they departed Rathmullan’s Shores.
Foyle Opera’s new production (sung in English with spoken dialogue) features a live orchestra under the baton of Derry born conductor John Page
Wild Atlantic Way Cycle Sportif – a series of bi-annual cycling events along the coastal route which will promote the Wild Atlantic Way as a cycling destination internationally.
Ceol na Coille is an Irish Music School based in Letterkenny – so called due to its beautiful location, embedded among the tall trees of Doon Glebe
‘Live on the Lawn’ returns to the gardens of Rathmullan House on May 14th. Following the massive success of our first ‘LOTL’ event in September last year, we return with a stellar line up accompanied by a plethora of activities throughout the day.
Lisa McGill is primarily a seascape artist, living in Rathmullan. As a young girl, Lisa spent several carefree summers on Rutland Island, the island of her forbears, so she likes to believe that this explains the tug of the sea