A Short Irish Tourism Film – How Fairhead in Co Antrim got it’s name

Here’s a short 5 minute Tourism Film that my good friend John Bustard produced for Northern Ireland Tourism a few years ago. The video describes the influence, in Ireland, of the Vikings on their arrival.


Fair Head is a large headland overlooking Ballycastle, Co. Antrim. This is the story of how Fairhead in Co Antrim got it’s name. 

Watch out for the disgruntled messenger that ends up gettin thrown over a cliff (That’s Me!) 

The film was made by produced by John Bustard of Awakin Publishing, based in Portballintrae, near the Giants Caueway in Northern Ireland.
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Enjoy!
zack

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About IrishFoodGuide

Zack Gallagher. News about Food in Ireland, Food Producers & Irish Food Tourism. Chef, Food Blogger, Failte Ireland Food Ambassador. On the #WildAtlanticWay @IrishFoodGuide on Twitter
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2 Responses to A Short Irish Tourism Film – How Fairhead in Co Antrim got it’s name

  1. Kieran says:

    It's really a Nice video!! I never head any story about Fair head .

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