|Banbridge District has many unique examples of natural heritage such as the drumlin topography caused by the glacial deposits of boulder clay. One of the Districtís most prestigious examples of natural heritage is Slieve Croob and its surrounding area, which lies at the foot of the Mourne Mountains and has been designated an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Banbridge District Council plays a key role in supporting the Northern Ireland Environment Agency in enhancing the Districtís many beautiful natural heritage sites. These include:|
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