You can find out more about me, Caroline, the foody enthusiast behind Irish Feast over on the About Us page, this page is all about our other wonderful guides, what they say about themselves and what I can tell you about them!
Meet Irish Feasts' fabulous, nerdy, foodie, story telling, laughter making tour guides ....
Ewen in his own words: My background is in music and the arts and I have spent a lot of time travelling over the years, but I've always been drawn back to the Irish North Coast. I grew up at White Park Bay and was lucky enough to experience the rich history, unique culture and gorgeous natural scenery first hand from an early age. I run various arts based events and initiatives in the town and am also a prominent member of the Ursa Minor bakery team, who specialise in fresh, ethical, local food.
Ewen in my words:I am delighted to have Ewen guide for Irish Feast. He's knowledgeable, friendly, a genuine rock star (Axis of and Catalan Catalan Catalan), and has a deep rooted love of food, history and local culture. If Ewen is your guide, you'll have a great time!
Jill in her own words: I am originally from County Down but moved to North Antrim some thirty years ago and now live, with my husband, close to Portrush. I have recently retired from the library service which has given me a little more time to enjoy and introduce others to the local coastal area here.
Taks Bio goes here!
Jude in her own words: My inspiration to become a tour guide was my Grandmother, Mary McNeill; a lady from the Glens, who had a love of history and the outdoors. I am a qualified Tour Guide and registered Tour Guide with Tour Guides NI as well as a qualified trainer, facilitator and mediator. I also hold a Bsc in Geography and Msc in Rural Development.
Jude in my words: Jude is a fabulously passionate guide, immersed in Northern Ireland local history and stories and, of course, very fond of good food! I am glad she works with Irish Feast on a regular basis.
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