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Council rolls out 2018 Enterprise Week activities

With this year’s Enterprise Week rolling out from November 12 to 16, businesses and entrepreneurs across the borough of Armagh City, Banbridge and Craigavon are being urged to be part of this enterprising initiative.

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George Graham, General Manager of category sponsor Crowne Plaza Belfast and Strictly Come Dancing star and health and fitness advocate, Gemma Atkinson presents Gym Member of the Year Eddie Howarth with his trophy.

Eddie lifts gym trophy

A Dromore man has won a prestigious accolade at Northern Ireland’s inaugural Health and Fitness Awards sponsored by Centra.

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Work set to start on new Gilford Riverside Trail

Good news for lovers of the great outdoors in Gilford! Walkers and cyclists will soon be able to enjoy the benefits of fresh air and exercise along an extended riverside trail, linking parkland off Bridge Street to the attractive Woodlands Park, thanks to the commencement of Phase 2 of the Gilford Riverside Trail project.

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“This is a real game changer for tourism”

“This is a real game changer for tourism”

Armagh City, Banbridge and Craigavon Borough Council has welcomed the news that HBO has chosen the Banbridge-based Linen Mill Studios as the location for the formal studio tour for the Game of Thrones Legacy project.

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Members of Barnardo's Banbridge Helper Group (l-r) Liz Coburn, Isobel Moorhead, Jamie Hatton (15), Lord Mayor Armagh, Banbridge and Craigavon Julie Flaherty, Joyce McMurray and Marianne Nelson.

Willowgrove opens its doors on new facility

Barnardo’s NI in Banbridge has officially opened a new playground and sensory room at its Willowgrove service for 5-17 year olds with learning disabilities, life-limiting conditions and physical disabilities.

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Council give vital safety advice for local students

Council give vital safety advice for local students

As college and university students prepare for a new academic year, Armagh City, Banbridge and Craigavon Borough Council is encouraging students to keep safe by being aware of potential hazards in their home or student accommodation.

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UFU welcomes speed limit at local schools

The Department for Infrastructure has introduced a new part-time speed limit of 20 mph outside seven rural primary schools including Bronte Primary School, Ballynaskeagh Road, Banbridge.

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