Lough Neagh Partnership

The Lough Neagh Partnership is a not-for-profit organisation that was established in 2003 to help protect and promote Lough Neagh and the interests of the many communities scattered around it’s shores. Gerry is the Strategic Manager of Lough Neagh Partnership Ltd – https://loughneaghpartnership.org

Since its formation the partnership has gone from strength to strength and is involved in a wide range of projects and programmes that cover issues such as promotion of Lough Neagh, protection and rejuvenation of it’s built, cultural and natural heritage.

Email: gerry.darby@loughneaghpartnership.org

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Gerry Darby


Annie’s Delights

Jams, chutneys and homemade breads.


Cookery school, foraging workshops and afternoon tea boxes.

Cobden and Brown

Artisan chocolates

Crosskeys Inn

This is Ireland’s oldest thatched pub and famous traditional music venue. They also make their own whiskey.

Gold and Browne’s

Chocolate brownies

Harnett’s Oils

Grower and producer of a range of plain and flavoured rapeseed oils and hemp oil.

Hillstown Brewery and Farm Shop

Micro brewery, farm, butcher’s, farm shop and coffee shop.

Lough Neagh Tours

Food and cultural tours around the shores of Lough Neagh.

Noreen’s Nettles

B&B accommodation and producer of nettle tea products.

Rosehill House

Guest house accommodation with licensed bar.

Symphonia Spirits

Gin producer and distillery tours.

The Lock Keeper’s Cottage

Tearoom and heritage centre located on the northern shores of Lough Neagh.