River Bann and Lough Neagh Association

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Coronavirus (COVID-19)

As from Friday 27.03 2020

The Jetty at Rams Island Lough Neagh is closed until further notice, hopefully not for too long.
We have two senior volunteers/trustees who have chosen to stay on the Island, self-isolating to keep maintaining the Island. We ask that people stay away, for now, to keep our volunteers safe. These volunteers will keep the Island in good shape for all to enjoy when this terrible disease has passed.

RBLNAC Project Manager Michael Savage said:

We ask people to stay local and observe social distancing as guided by the government. It is so important that people stay at home. We must all work together and not see a repeat of last weekend's crowd scenes.

 

 

 

 

 

A drone flight from Hutchinsons Sand Quay in Toome Bay on the shores of Lough Neagh, past the floodgates that control the level of Lough Neagh, then on down the canal past the lock and aerial views of Toomebridge. Then north downstream above the Lower Bann to the bypass bridge past the Bannview cottages and the Toome Eel Company.

Finishing back at the Lower Bann Entrance

 

 

 

 

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The RBLNA consists of boating enthusiasts, anglers, environmentalists, naturalists and people who have an interest in the future and well being of the River Bann, Lough Neagh and associated waterways.

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RBLNA is a branch of the Inland Waterways Association of Ireland

We have a very well supported annual boat rally

for details click here

We campaigned successfully against the closure of the Lower Bann Navigation

 

We meet four times a year , organise various events and have members on various local committees
RBLNA meetings are open to all members

We welcome new members from all walks of life

Coalisland Canal Website


We are committed to actively supporting the
reopening of all the disused navigations connected to
Lough Neagh

 

Join Us

RIVER BANN and LOUGH NEAGH PILOT BOOK

Updated

A boating guide to the River Bann and Lough Neagh system

15 stg    

plus 3 P&P

email: michael@ramsisland.org

 

or phone +44 07715368050

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