On Saturday 14th March 2020 some 18 walkers of the club joined club member, Desmond, for a ramble through Peatlands Park on the southern shore of Lough Neagh. The walk started from the Derryadd Carpark, about 2 miles further along the Derryhubbert Road from the main entrance to the Park. Starting from the Information Noticeboard, following the Waymarked Peatlands Walk on the north side of Derryadd Lake, crossing Deeryane Road and continuing through Annagarriff National Nature Reserve to the Visitor Centre for lunch. The ramblers enjoyed walking the various types of paths, woodchip, boardwalk, forest trail and tarmac, to experience the peat bog and deciduous woodland habitats. After lunch the walkers followed part of the Waymarked Woodlands walk before re-joining the Peatlands Walk back to the Derryadd Carpark. This after lunch walk took the walkers past the orchard area and along the winding path in Mullenakill National Nature Reserve. There were information boards along the way explaining the turf cutting and peat bog habitat. There was also the narrow gauge railway track to cross at various times that was associated with the turbary industry based in the area. The day ended with the ramblers visiting the Motorway Cafe for tea/coffee on the way home.