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Decade of Commemorations Programme: Understanding Ireland’s Revolutionary Period 1912-25

Get a fascinating insight into one of Ireland’s most significant and transformative historical periods – the revolutionary years of 1912-1925 – on Armagh City,...
Walk ABC Challenge

Get moving with the Walk ABC Challenge and raise funds for Macmillan Cancer Support

Starting on Monday 1 February, walk, jog, run or push a pram virtually around the borough over the next 10 weeks and raise vital...
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Live the Good Life with Council’s Grow Your Own Veg Kits!

Applications and the reserve list for this programme are now closed.  Roll up your sleeves, plant something wonderful and watch proudly as it begins to...

Craftstone 2000 Limited secures rural business funding from SOAR

Local manufacturer of bespoke architectural cast stone and crystal products, Craftstone 2000 Limited have recently constructed an all weather packing shed and purchased a...

Free history course available

The PEACE IV Programme is offering local residents the chance to avail of a free online history Course - the Diploma in Modern Ireland...
A poster giving details of the funding opportunities available

Funding opportunities opening soon!

Funding opportunities for eligible groups in the voluntary, community and social enterprise sector for capital projects open soon!   Monday 25th January at 9am: Large Capital...
Man standing beside a skip filled with rubbish near a lake

Major Clean-up Campaign Begins at South Lake

Fifty-six shopping trolleys, 12 tyres (including a lorry tyre), six scaffolding planks, one push scooter and four bicycles – this is what has already...
Back yard covered in dirt

Ten-Year Animal Ban for Craigavon Dog Owner’s Neglect

A County Armagh man has been sentenced at Craigavon Magistrates’ Court after previously pleading guilty in December 2020 to causing unnecessary suffering to two...
The two beautiful calves born on Christmas Day at Tannaghmore Rare Breeds Animal Farm along with their very proud mother

We want you to name our Christmas Calves!

Tannaghmore Rare Breeds Animal Farm received a very special gift on Christmas Day with the birth of two beautiful female Irish Moiled calves. The...

Financial assistance available to groups in the voluntary, community and social enterprise sector

Armagh City, Banbridge & Craigavon Borough Council is offering financial assistance to eligible groups in the voluntary, community and social enterprise sector for the...