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Pictured at Armagh City, Banbridge and Craigavon Borough Council's major 'Transforming Towns Together' conference are (from left) facilitator Jamie Delargy, Director of Retail at Lambert Smith Hampton Criona Collins, renowned award-winning architect, broadcaster and academic Piers Taylor, Lord Mayor Councillor Julie Flaherty, DIGG Childrenswear business owner Caroline O'Neill and Council Chief Executive Roger Wilson.

Task Forces drive to accelerate local growth

Armagh City, Banbridge and Craigavon Borough Council recently spearheaded a major interactive conference designed to build a fresh focus and mobilise efforts to accelerate transformation, investment and regeneration in the borough’s city and town centres.

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Dean and Stephen Irwin with their Dry Cured Streaky Black Bacon and grass-fed steak burgers and the two bronze trophies picked up in the 2018 Blas na h�ireann Irish Food Awards for the award-winning produce which comes from the home farm.

Meat the Farm Shop winners with tasty treats

The quality of the food provided by Greenmount Farm Shop and served up in Darby’s Bridge Restaurant, which is located on the Farm Shop premises, has come in for further recognition with the award of two bronze trophies in the 2018 Blas na hÉireann Irish Food Awards.

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Armagh City, Banbridge and Craigavon Borough Council launched their Enterprise Week at Ulster Carpets' Castleisland Factory in Portadown. Pictured are left to right, David Acheson, Strategic Development and Finance Director, Ulster Carpets, Lord Mayor Councillor Julie Flaherty, and Colleen Casey, Business Advisor, Bank of Ireland.

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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