Speaker line up: Peter Hayman (National Association of Memorial Masons), Joseph Birt (QUAM Consulting), David Weir (Lurgan Townscape Heritage Scheme), Caroline Maguire (Historic Environment Division), Gail Russell (Historic Environment Division), Lord Mayor of Armagh City, Banbridge and Craigavon, Councilor Mealla Campbell, Russell Brooks (National Association of Memorial Masons), John Tierney Historic Graves.com and Tony Morgan (Lurgan Townscape Heritage Scheme).

Safeguarding Our Historic Burial Grounds

Ensuring the protection and preservation of historic burial grounds across Northern Ireland was at the heart of a recent seminar organised by Armagh City,...

Fairgreen Recycling Centre to close for essential maintenance

Fairgreen Recycling Centre will be closed to the public on Monday 16th and Tuesday 17th March for essential maintenance works. The temporary closure of the...

Moneypenny’s Forge open day!

Dust off the cobwebs and spring into action at Moneypenny’s Forge this March! On Saturday 14th March from 11am – 3.30pm, you can come along...

Public Notice

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A litter of pups in squalid conditions.

Lurgan woman banned from keeping animals for five years

Ms Sarah ‘Marie’ McGahan of Belvedere Manor, Lurgan has been banned from keeping animals for five years, fined £150 and ordered to pay...

Book launch marks final chapter in creative writing course for local groups

A number of groups from across the borough, who successfully completed a six-session creative writing course aimed at building positive relations, received rapturous applause...
Helping to launch the inaugural Advanced Manufacturing Materials and Engineering (AMME) Conference, which will take place on Tuesday 31 March at Armagh City Hotel were, from left, Roger Wilson Chief Executive of Armagh City, Banbridge and Craigavon Borough Council, business broadcaster and host for the conference Jamie Delargy, Stephen Kelly from Manufacturing NI and Lord Mayor of Armagh City, Banbridge and Craigavon, Councillor Mealla Campbell.

Armagh City, Banbridge and Craigavon Borough Council Announces Commitment to Increase Jobs in the...

An innovative conference aimed at encouraging and inspiring growth in Advanced Manufacturing Materials and Engineering (AMME) has been announced by Armagh City, Banbridge and...
Key guests attending local job fair.

Hundreds attend ABC Job Fair

Craigavon Civic Centre was a hive of activity as hundreds of prospective job seekers attended the recent ABC Job Fair. Organised by Armagh City, Banbridge...
BuskFest 2019 Best Overall Winner Anna’s Number were joined by judge and compere, BBC Radio Ulster’s Ralph McLean at last year’s awards ceremony before they play a well-deserved encore to a packed Solitude Park.

Save the date: BuskFest is back!

Saturday 20 June 2020 is a definite date for your diary as BuskFest once again brings a host of the finest musical and performing...
Lurgan Town Hall

Rooms available for hire at Lurgan Town Hall

Are you looking for an alternative place to hold an event, host a meeting or just get on with a bit of work in...