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New exhibition gives a glimpse into Limavady’s history

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The latest exhibition to open at the Roe Valley Arts and Cultural Centre provides a unique glimpse into by-gone days in Limavady.

The Nelson McGonagle Collection, featuring a lifetime’s collection of local photographs, opens its door on December 5th. Its aim is to give people in the area an insight into relatives and friends in days gone-by.

Highlights of the extraordinary display include almost forgotten sights such as horse drawn milk vans, tinsmiths, turf cutters and potato gatherers, alongside  historic sports teams, families, local and historic views of the town.

The Exhibition is free and continues until January 14th, 2017.

Roe Valley Arts and Cultural Centre is open every Monday – Wednesday and Saturday from 9.30am – 5pm and from 9.30am – 9.30pm every Thursday & Friday.

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