Category Archives: Culture & Community

Brexit: Your Region Needs You

Brexit: Your Region Needs You

It is widely accepted that Brexit presents the biggest challenge to the Newry, Mourne and Down border region in decades. Please can you complete this short questionnaire on the potential impact of Brexit onYOUR BUSINESS. We want to move beyond rhetoric to determine the nature and extent of the challenges facing businesses in this area,… Read more »


Support For Autism Means Many Things

Support For Autism Means Many Things

Armagh Good News spoke to Joanne Mc Cracken creator & founder of Armagh Autism Support Group “More Than Words” I began by asking Joanne what its like for a parent or guardian to discover their child has been diagnosed with Autism? When a child is first diagnosed with Autism,parents often scramble to find appropriate autism services,… Read more »


Cycle Against Suicide Please Support

Cycle Against Suicide Please Support

Cycle Against Suicide (www.cycleagainstsuicide.com) aims to break the cycle of suicide in Ireland, by raising awareness of the message that “It’s OK not to feel OK; and it’s absolutely OK to ask for help”. We seek to reduce the stigma that too frequently surrounds poor mental health by positively impacting mindset around mental health, promoting… Read more »


St Patrick’s Festival 2017 Armagh

St Patrick’s Festival 2017 Armagh

Home of St Patrick Festival :: March 3 – 19 | saintpatrickscountry.com Armagh and Down announce the full programme of the Home of St. Patrick Festival 2017, where events take place this March across the two counties synonymous with the life of Ireland’s patron saint. This year’s festival takes an immersive experiential approach – hosting… Read more »


Concern Worldwide Reaches The Hearts of NI Ambassadors

Concern Worldwide Reaches The Hearts of NI Ambassadors

  A number of caring individuals from across Northern Ireland join Concern Worldwide as Ambassadors. Their role is about creating awareness of the chronic problem that is global hunger and Malnutrition. This will be achieved by inspiring support for Concern’s work in tackling hunger and transforming lives of people living in some of the world’s… Read more »


Armagh’s much loved Georgian Day

Armagh’s much loved Georgian Day

Armagh’s much loved Georgian Day returns to mark the beginning of the Christmas season.  See Armagh in all its festive glory, sparkling with lights as the Ancient Cathedral City goes back to its Georgian roots.  More than 70 stalls, hosted by traders in Georgian costumes will line the streets for a unique experience that cannot… Read more »


Luxury Bespoke Gastronomic Experience

Luxury Bespoke Gastronomic Experience

Taste your way through the hidden gastronomic gems of Northern Ireland with this Good Food Ireland 3 night mini causeway coastal escape. We bring you a flavour of the North Coast in our luxury accommodation. There will be home baked sweet treats, freshly ground coffee, and tea on arrival. Savour this welcome, and take note… Read more »


The Great Armagh Georgian Banquet

The Great Armagh Georgian Banquet

The Archbishop’s Palace will be the setting for a black tie gala banquet on the eve of Georgian Day. Georgian characters will mingle with guests for an evening of entertainment, music, dancing and an amazing five course menu prepared by local award winning chefs from The Yellow Door. The carefully selected menu will feature dishes… Read more »


Top 20 Places to Visit in Armagh Northern Ireland

Top 20 Places to Visit in Armagh Northern Ireland

St. Patrick’s Cathedral (Roman Catholic) St. Patrick’s Cathedral in Armagh, Northern Ireland is the seat of the Catholic Archbishop of Armagh, Primate of All Ireland. It was built in various phases between 1840 and 1904 to serve as the Roman Catholic Cathedral of the Archdiocese of Armagh, the original Medieval Cathedral of St. Patrick having been… Read more »


European Heritage Open Days 10&11 September 2016

European Heritage Open Days 10&11 September 2016

European Heritage Open Day 2016 in Armagh, Banbridge and Craigavon Discover some of the cultural gems located across the Borough on Saturday 10 and Sunday 11 September 2016. Highlights include guided tours, living history re-enactments, talks, exhibitions, genealogy research, children’s activities and much more.   Please note that some properties may be open on both… Read more »


The Importance of Video for your Business

The Importance of Video for your Business

Video marketing was everywhere in 2015. Across devices and platforms, digital video came on the scene in a big way—and forced digital marketers to hustle to keep up. For proof of the importance of video marketing, look no further than our top 10 statistics from 2015 below. The year’s most compelling video marketing stats point… Read more »


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