Newry is a small city in Northern Ireland that straddles the counties of Armagh and Down. Close to the border with the Republic of Ireland, Newry was granted city status in 2002 with the Queen’s Golden Jubilee celebrations.
Slieve Gullion is the highest mountain in the region and sits not far from Newry at a height of 573 metres. With swaths of greenery and a scenic lake area, the mountain is also renowned as a former ancient burial site.
Newry Cathedral is a Roman Catholic church located in the centre of town. Dating back to 1829, it acts as the Seat of the Bishop of Dromore. With an atmospheric interior and regular services, the Cathedral remains an important part of modern life in Newry.
Throughout the city, from Bessbrook to Camlough, Floom’s Newry flower delivery covers the entire community.