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Here We Go Again!

Hello again blogosphere, I have returned with another wordpress site for Comber! This time it will be for AP English…Probably this will get more traffic than Publishing Prospects but hey…Let’s do this.

Farmageddon India Export Porter

Farm (ageddon) Brewing indeed with its brewers being first co-op orientated growers and rearers in Comber, Northern Ireland. This Porter is dark, light bodied and bold – all in its 500ml bottle – to share if you like. 61 more words


Ballyhenry (Major and Minor)

There are Ballyhenrys in half a dozen Irish counties. Today’s post looks at two of them near Comber, County Down:  Ballyhenry Major and Ballyhenry Minor. 129 more words



There are nine townlands in Ulster called Gransha.  So far, I’ve only visited one in the parish of Comber, County Down.

The Gransha River flows through the townland before it reaches the Enler River (which in turn joins the Comber River and flows out into Strangford Lough). 138 more words



Today’s townland is Ballyrainey.  If you’ve read recent posts on this blog, you may remember that I set off from Comber to walk along the… 187 more words



Today’s townland of Ballystockart welcomed me with a big sign and some Ulster-Scots words.

Ards Council joins up with North Down Council next month after local government reforms, so I don’t know how long this sign, and its link to a town in Arizona, will last. 190 more words



Today’s townland is Ballyloughan in County Down.

The townland is bisected by two main routes.  Cars and buses use the A22 road to drive between Dundonald and Comber.  173 more words