SHARE Discovery Village is the largest residential activity centre in Ireland and Northern Ireland. SHARE offers a wide range of residential programmmes to suit all ages, abilities and budgets. With the capacity to accommodate groups varying in size from 6 – 220 people in cosy 3 star hostel style (4 bunk beds) en suite rooms and chalets.Flexibility really is our strength! When you make a booking with us, during your stay you will have a dedicated coordinator who will ensure your programme is designed to your specifications and is fantastic for all your members. We have over 35 years experience providing residential and day bookings for groups up to 500 people strong, so let our bookings team take the stress out of organising your groups holiday away!
We have over 30 different land water and arts activities, a leisure suite, slipway & marina, arts arena, football pitch, two play parks, forest walks, the list goes on!
Get in touch now to organise your adventure to SHARE!
At SHARE we are already looking forward to an action packed Easter!
Keep your eyes peeled on our website and social media pages for more information.
Easter line up to include:
- Family Easter Event
- Bunny Cruise for Kids
- Public Cruise on Bank Holiday Monday
- Activities for all
- Self-catering, residential and day group options all available
SHARE is delighted to be hosting Afternoon Tea on board The Inishcruiser again throughout 2018.
Our Afternoon Tea cruises where all sold out affairs in 2017 so book early to avoid disappointment.
For only £18 per person you can come and experience beautiful Upper Lough Erne whilst indulging in a traditional afternoon tea spread. This fully guided tour of Upper Lough Erne is the most relaxing and indulgent way to experience the lake.
The Inishcruiser is a fully heated, licensed pleasure cruiser, with a viewing platform and room to up to 57 guests, it is the perfect way to experience Lough Erne.
Growing Together Project
Our growing together project, which was funded through the Big Lottery Fund added a composter and a grow-dome to our environmental zone!
As an organisation we now have the capacity to compost all of our food waste, whereas before we couldn’t meet demand and contributed a great amount of food waste to landfill.
The grow-dome and surrounding raised beds have been a huge hit with our visitors both young and old. Schools and Youth groups have enjoyed the smelly compost and getting to plant their own seeds whilst learning throughout. Our onsite Adult Day care have also utilised the dome and raised flower beds to grow vegetables and herbs. We have gained some wonderful senior volunteers who know more about growing and gardening than we do!
Even SHARE staff got involved in our “Plant A Tree Scheme” where we added an addition 100 tree’s to the SHARE site thanks to The Woodland Trust.
The Bee Aware Project
Earlier in the summer SHARE received funding from the Department of Communities and ran three projects; My Place, Carrosyl Community Survey and the Bee Aware Project. The Bee Aware Project worked with local schools to raise awareness about the plight of the honey bee. Pupils learnt about how important the honey bee is to our local environment and then created a giant bee to decorate their school grounds with. As the summer draws to a close and the weather starts to get colder, honey bees will form their winter clusters and disappear for the colder winter months, but some very creative honey bees remain visible around the county!