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Donaghadee is back in print

Donaghadee, An Illustrated History


An Illustrated History

Harry Allen

The picturesque County Down port of Donaghadee was once renowned as the 'gateway to Ulster'. Then, abruptly, in 1849, the passengers stopped coming.

Yes, Donaghadee is back in print. Visit our 'Ordering' page to pick up a copy. And if you happen to be in the 'Dee, copies can be got in The Corner Shop, where the inimitable Jan will get you sorted if you have any difficulties. While stocks last, copies can also be found in Stewart Miller, Newtownards (Clair knows where), Easons Bangor (see Colin), Easons in Donegall Place, Belfast, and the Newtownards visitor centre.
The new version includes a previously unpublished illustration by the fabulously talented Elizabeth Taggart, and signs off with a wonderful shot of a line of Toppers (little boat, for all you non-sailors), taken just before the race for the Irish Championship took place off Donaghadee, in 2013. This time we've gone for a matt, instead of a gloss cover, which immodestly quotes extracts from some of the glowing reviews the book picked up when it first appeared. (See Donaghadee page for more of same.) If these don't whet your appetite for this great read, nothing will... !

The Egg Dance

The Egg Dance

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400th Anniversary Edition

Newtown, A History of Newtownards


A History of Newtownards

Trevor McCavery

Prodigally built in warm, mellow sandstone, picturesquely sited at the head of Strangford Lough, the ancient town of Newtown (pronounced Newton) has a history to match the promise of its setting.

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