Provision of brown and white tourism signs for the Mourne Coastal Route project which forms part of the Mourne Signature project.
The plan includes the development of a web site and data management platform, the production of route maps, publicity and media campaigns and development of a welcome pack.
Bloody Bridge is an important area for walkers in the Mournes. Grant aid will enable the enhancement of existing car parking facilities, site furniture and provide an orientation point.
The finished product will improve the tourism infrastructure in the locality which will attract more visitors and raise awareness of coastal access via the National Trust Path.
Enhance the interpretation throughout the Ring of Gullion AONB area and improve the visitor experience.
Establish a sub-regional facility to encourage physical activity among older people at Kilbroney Park. The ‘Tone Zone’ will consists of a fenced off area, containing 9 pieces of exercise equipment.
Kilbroney Park is located in the village of Rostrevor. It consists of 97 acres, offering a wide range of facilities and services, which include tennis courts, children’s play area, playing fields, an arboretum, barbeque and picnic areas and a café. There is also a caravan and camping site which caters for 52 touring vans and 30 tents. The park has a number of way-marked trails, varying in length from 1.25 miles to 4.5 miles.
This project aims to enhance linkages between the Coastal Path, Annalong Cornmill, the Cornmill quay accommodation facilities and the Harbour area. Also to provide motor home hook up points and provide site furniture and signage