century it was converted into a family home, with a new extension being completed around 1788.However, as the harbour was in use by the Norman knight, Sir John De Courcy, at the time of his invasion of Ireland in 1177, it is entirely possible that the clubhouse sits on even earlier footings.Obviously they are not too au fait with the politics in Northern Ireland, that’s going to take some time," said Mr Lyttle.
Appearing on the programme was Alliance MLA Chris Lyttle, who said that he had been contacted by Halfords who advised customers to either stop using their e-bikes or to use them without their electrical motors.
"I received an email overnight from Halfords explaining that quote ‘works are underway to bring Northern Ireland in line with the rest of the UK’.
"We have written to them, and they continue to keep you in the dark about this, despite the fact that some of you have spent thousands of pounds on these bicycles.
Despite the fact that the department knows that some of you are getting the runaround," said Nolan.
Without doubt Springhill’s spookiest section is the blue-room.
The moment you step into it the temperature drops alarmingly and it remains cold throughout all the time you spend there – a fact that the guides who lead the tours put down to the "presence,"which is known to haunt the room.The Irish Sea, which can be seen from all 18 tees and greens, comes into play on no fewer than 8 holes.This is just one of the memorable and unique features of the links at Ardglass Golf Club."The Department was made aware of a technical issue with the registration and was advised by DVLA that this would be resolved quickly.DVLA has informed the Department they will be able to register EAPCs for use in Northern Ireland from Monday August 14.” Earlier the BBC's Radio Ulster Nolan Show said the Department of Infrastructure was aware people in Northern Ireland were currently unable to register their e-bikes despite being required to do so by law.Indeed those to whom this place was once home would have little trouble recognising it today, no matter which period of its three hundred year history they happen to have stepped out of.