9 Belvoir Park Postcode is an alphanumeric string that forms part of a postal address in Lisburn, Lisburn, Northern Ireland UK. The Postcode is divided into two parts separated by a single space. Those two parts are the outward code and the inward code.
Castle Gardens, Lisburn Castle Gardens Castle Gardens is the most historically significant open space in Lisburn and was once the site of Lisburn Castle, a 17th century fortified manor house, built by the Conway family, the landlords of Lisburn.
The Giant's Ring is a henge monument at Ballynahatty, near Shaw's Bridge, Belfast, Northern Ireland. It was originally preserved by Viscount Dungannon. The inscribed stone tablet on the wall surrounding the site which details Viscount Dungannon's interest was carved by Belfast stonecarver Charles A Thompson about c.1919.
Hillsborough is situated within Lisburn City Council and from the 1st of April 2015 it will form part of the new Lisburn and Castlereagh "Super Council". Hillsborough is located within the Lagan Valley Westminster and Northern Ireland Assembly constituency. Hillsborough is represented in Parliament by Jeffrey Donaldson MP.
Jubilee Park is located a few hundred yards through Dunmurry crossroads travelling country bound towards Lisburn. It is situated next to The Hill Medical Practice on the main road. Access to the site can also be gained from the adjoining Fullerton Park.
Lagan Valley Regional Park. From the headwaters of Slieve Croob in the peaks of Dromara, beyond the Mountains of Mourne, the River Lagan grows in its vastness and arrangement of tributaries as it sweeps and meanders down to the Lagan Navigation and out to the Irish Sea.
The Lagan Canal was a 27-mile (43 km) canal built to connect Belfast to Lough Neagh. The first section, which is a river navigation, was opened in 1763, and linked Belfast to Lisburn. The second section from Lisburn to Lough Neagh includes a small amount of river navigation, but was largely built as a canal.
Royal Air Force station Long Kesh or more simply RAF Long Kesh was a Royal Air Force station at Maze, Lisburn, Northern Ireland. Various aircraft operated from the airfield during the Second World War, including the Supermarine Seafire and Spitfire.
Wallace Park. This 26-acre park was given to the town of Lisburn by its landlord, Sir Richard Wallace in 1884 as ‘a public park and recreation ground’. Originally known as the People’s Park it was renamed Wallace Park by the Town Commissioners after Sir Richard’s death in 1890.