Managing and protecting Lough Neagh.
The Lough Neagh Partnership is a stakeholder organisation that was established in 2003 to help manage and protect Lough Neagh. The board of the partnership is made up of elected representatives, landowners, fishermen, farmers and local communities.
Since it’s formation the partnership has gone from strength to strength and is heavily involved in a wide range of projects and programmes covering the following areas:
- The protection of the natural environment
- The conservation of it’s built and cultural heritage
- The promotion and development of the lough as a tourism destination
- The economic development of the lough and the wider area
- Developing navigation and safety on the lough
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LNP is a stakeholder body responsible for the management and protection of Lough Neagh
Invasive balsam on Padian Island Lough Neagh
Plans for our next Lough Neagh Artisan Market are well underway, it’s always essential to sample the refreshments to make sure they are delicious.
🗓 Sunday 14th August, 1pm - 5pm
🎯 The Lock Keeper's Cottage, Toome.
Positive meeting between Lough Neagh Partnership, local stakeholders and Minister O Dowd. Need to address navigation and dredging needs of Lough highlighted.
Welcome to our newest member of the Lough Neagh Ranger team, Peter Kearns. Today Ciara gave Peter a grand tour of Killycolpy in the glorious sunshine 😊
Moil cattle on shores of Lough Neagh
Our team meeting at Ballyronan where we said a fond farewell to Keith Beattie & Lisa Allan. They have made a significant contribution to the success of their respective projects and will be missed by all their colleagues. Wishing them all the best for the future.
Very productive meeting of the @ArtisansLN yesterday- big announcement coming soon 😁 #artisans #loughneaghartisans #loughneagh #food #craft #northernireland
Great workshop today, organised by Lough Neagh Partnership, examining dredging issues on Lough Neagh. Agreed to prioritise and help prepare proposals for dredging of the mouth of Blackwater and Fishermen's quays. Thanks to MLAs and MPs and local stakeholders for contributions.