What to do at the waterworks in Belfast?

What to do at the waterworks in Belfast?

The Waterworks has a community garden, where local volunteers grow their own fruit and vegetables. The park has two children’s playgrounds. The Waterworks is also a popular spot for walkers and offers several varied routes. The park has a multi-sports facility.

What do you do in the game waterworks?

Waterworks! is a card-based strategy game. You’ve been placed in charge of the water supply in the medieval town of Grudziądz. You’ll have to use your management skills to make sure every house has enough water and at the same time gather supplies for development of new technologies!

What do you need to know about waterworks?

Waterworks! Welcome to medieval Grudziądz*! Waterworks! is a card-based strategy game. You’ve been placed in charge of the water supply in the medieval town of Grudziądz. You’ll have to use your management skills to make sure every house has enough water and at the same time gather supplies for development of new technologies!

When is the parkrun at the waterworks?

To find out what events and activities are on in our parks, go to Park events. The Waterworks hosts a 5km parkrun every Saturday at 9.30am and a 2km junior parkrun every Sunday at 9.30am. Parks open at 7.30am every day. Closing times change as daylight shortens.

Is there a lockdown on Halloween in Belfast?

There are plenty of activities for all the family, so draculas pop your collars, witches dust off your broomsticks and discover ghoulish virtual events near you! ✨? Please note, with a lockdown in place until 1 April 2021, all non-essential retailers, accommodation providers and attractions included in our web pages will be closed.

Is there car parking in Belfast for Halloween?

Belfast has an eclectic range of online events to bring some warmth to your evenings. Secure car parking is available across Belfast. See our guide to car parks in the city or leave the car at home and opt for Translink’s public transport options

What to do in Belfast in October half term?

Discover more fun ideas for the whole family during the October half term break. Savour your favourite restaurants, café and pub grub from home with many local buinesses open for takeaway and collection. Take a day trip and discover the stunning parks, enchanting woodland and coastal scenery in Belfast and across Northern Ireland.