DELS Recommended – Things to do in Donegal Town

  Learn about the city’s rich history by visiting Donegal Castle – This beautiful castle, is one of the city’s oldest building. This 15th Century castle has been restored with a new roof and floors, while still using the 15th and 17th century techniques. Get to know the background of the historic city. (Directions – […]

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DELS Recommended – Things to do in Derry

Join a guided walking tour of the city murals – Starting from the Bogside Murals, the tour includes a series of twelve large – scale murals that are situated along one street in The Bogside. Rossville Street witnessed most of the mayhem throughout the three decades of conflict. You do not have to complete the whole […]

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DELS Recommended – Things to do in Omagh

Enjoy some shopping in Omagh– Explore the streets and alleyways of Omagh while shopping. Just a short walk from the town centre, the main shopping centres are Showgrounds Retail Park and Great Northern Retail Park.     Explore Mc Kenna Gallery – Mc Kenna Art Gallery is an award-winning contemporary arts venue. The Gallery offers […]

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DELS Recommended – Things to do in Enniskillen

Learn about the city’s rich history by visiting Enniskillen Castle – Enniskillen Castle was built almost 600 years ago. Guarding one of the few passes into Ulster, it was tremendously important throughout history. The historic site now houses two museums; Fermanagh County Museum and the Inniskilings Museum. There are also numerous galleries interpreting the county’s […]

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Top 9 Tips for improving your English in 2018

Top 9 tips for improving your English in 2018 We are well into the New Year! If you are like me you like to set yourself new challenges, whether it is getting fit, eating less or acquiring new skills. Improving your English may be one of those challenges, so to help you get started we have compiled eight helpful […]

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Fairy Bridges, Bundoran in Top 10 Hidden Gems in Ireland

The iconic Fairy Bridges and Wishing Chair in Bundoran was named as part of a reader’s poll of the Irish Independent in their annual reader travel awards – the results of which were revealed over the weekend in the paper. The Hidden Gems of Ireland category was won by Hook Head Lighthouse in Wexford and […]

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Grammar – A necessary evil.

If you ask anyone who is studying a language what they dislike most, the majority of us will say Grammar. Nobody likes struggling with verb forms, tenses and functions, but we all know that grammar is a necessary evil if we want to improve our language skills. Here’s the thing, learning Grammar doesn’t have to […]

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DELS Staff Interview – April Pearl Kennedy

April is our Activity Manger and has also been a Student Coordinators at DELS, Find out all about her and her job. How long have you been working at the school and how did you get involved with it? I worked with DELS first as a Student Coordinator and then progressed to Activity Manager in […]

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