Coleraine history exhibition will open this Monday

Colourful artworks, produced by local school children, will be on display during Coleraine Borough Council's Coleraine 400 programme in Coleraine Town Hall from Monday 23rd September until Saturday 2nd November 11am until 4pm
Colourful artworks, produced by local school children, will be on display during Coleraine Borough Council's Coleraine 400 programme in Coleraine Town Hall from Monday 23rd September until Saturday 2nd November 11am until 4pm

Would you like to meet a beautiful ‘celebrity’ from Portrush, discover the location of the first town house in Ulster, investigate the origins of Coleraine Borough Council and explore Coleraine’s street layout then come along to the Coleraine 400 exhibition in Coleraine Town Hall to find out more.

As part of Coleraine Borough Council’s Coleraine 400 programme an exciting exhibition will open in Coleraine Town Hall on Monday 23rd September from 11am until 4pm. This exhibition looks at the projects which have taken place throughout 2013, with a focus on the school workshops and the new heritage trail; both of which were supported by The Honourable The Irish Society and the Ministerial Advisory Group (MAG) Ulster-Scots Academy, Department of Culture, Arts and Leisure. 17th century Coleraine will be explored through archaeology, objects, images and records alongside vibrant artworks produced by local school children who participated in Coleraine 400 workshops. The exhibition is open Monday to Saturday, from 11am to 4pm until 2nd November 2013.