On Your Doorstep | Dougie Beattie reports live from Castle Ward in County Down

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‘I managed to stay here over lockdown. The local people have been a huge help in helping us get the house open.’

Dougie Beattie is in Strangford and talks to Niamh Hanlon about the history of Castle Ward and finds out how the castle got back on its feet after the pandemic.

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