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£5.5m Public Realm Enhancements for Banbridge

Banbridge is to receive £5.5m investment to enhance its public realm. The investment comes from the Department for Communities (£3m) and Armagh City, Banbridge and...

Dare you step out on our Hallowe’en Ghost Tours

Do you fear “things that go bump in the night”? If so, DO NOT book a place on the Hallowe’en tours of Armagh. This walking...
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Leisure Services Update

Throughout the pandemic the Leisure Services team at Council has prioritised the health and safety of customers, ensuring that everyone has a safe and...
UK City of Culture 2025 is one step closer for Armagh City

UK City of Culture 2025 is One Step Closer for Armagh City

The Department of Digital, Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS) has officially released the names of those cities longlisted to compete for the coveted title...

Lurgan man fined for animal welfare offences

Mr David Crawford of Inglewood, Lurgan pleaded  guilty to  animal welfare offences following prosecution in Craigavon Departmental Court, sitting before Judge Brady via Sightlink...

Local producers enjoy a taste of success at Irish Food Awards

The Borough’s food producers have once again been hailed as the crème de la crème by picking up a fabulous 16 coveted Irish Food...

Poolpod makes a splash with users at Banbridge Leisure Centre

Banbridge Leisure Centre are making waves for swimmers thanks to their revolutionary Poolpod facility, a pioneering platform lift system transforming access to swimming pools...

Love photography? Then enter the annual Lurgan Park Calendar competition!

If you love to dabble in a bit of photography, then why not enter Lurgan Park’s annual photography competition? Amateur photographers throughout the borough are...

Local film talent in the spotlight for Cinemagic Armagh Premiere of ‘Rain’

The red carpet will roll out at The Market Place Theatre, Armagh on Wednesday 20 October for the premiere of short film Rian, supported...

The Lord Mayor urges residents to ‘Make Your £100 Count’

As the High Street Cards start to drop into letterboxes in the next few weeks the Lord Major of Armagh City, Banbridge and Craigavon...