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Loughaghery Presbyterian Church Flower Festival

Submitted by on May 23, 2011 – 10:55 pmNo Comment

The Loughaghery Presbyterian Church Flower Festival takes place June 10 through 12, 2011, on Loughaghrey Road, Hillsborough, Lisburn, Northern Ireland, United Kingdom.

Road Trips Gardeners driving through that part of the world might want to stop in for a look.

Lisburn was founded in the early 17th Century and its name in Irish is Lios na gCearbhach or Lisnagarvey, which means the ‘fort of gamesters’. (And, it’s the birthplace of Alexander T. Stewart, founder of Garden City, New York.)

The City of Lisburn is located just off the M1 Motorway and the A1 main arterial route connecting Belfast to Dublin.

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