Category Archives: Personal Development

‘Representations of Jews in Irish Literature’

‘Representations of Jews in Irish Literature’

Sep 05 2016 | Armagh Public Library Armagh Public Library is very pleased to host the travelling exhibition ‘Representations of Jews in Irish Literature’, which will be on display in the Library’s Long Room until 12 September 2016. The exhibition is part of a joint project, funded by the Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC),… Read more »


Richhill Music in the Park

Richhill Music in the Park

Sep 04 2016 | Richhill Community Park In August and on the first Sunday in September, Richhill Village will present  a new season of Richhill Music in the Park. This popular event is now in its fifth year and has attracted large audiences to the Richhill Recreation Centre since its inception. As in other years ,… Read more »


Armagh Woman is named Volunteer of the Year

Armagh Woman is named Volunteer of the Year

A YOUNG Armagh woman has dedicated her Volunteer of the Year award to her late mother, who lost a brave battle with cancer two years ago. Gráinne O’Neill admits that while she was delighted to have been recognised in this year’s council community awards, the occasion was “bittersweet”. Since the death of her 54-year-old mother… Read more »


Come Visit Armagh Franciscan Friary

Come Visit Armagh Franciscan Friary

Armagh Franciscan Friary was founded by Archbishop Patrick O’ Scannail in 1263/64. It had prominent patrons in the city and the Franciscans played an important part in the city’s religious life until the Friary was suppressed in 1542 with the dissolution of the monasteries under Henry VIII. Some religious life continued, but the buildings were… Read more »


Crossmaglen girl tops the style stakes at Fairyhouse

Crossmaglen girl tops the style stakes at Fairyhouse

Story By: Cross Examiner A Crossmaglen girl stole the show at Fairyhouse Racecourse on Easter Monday, wowing the judges in a stunning green and gold ensemble to romp home with the Most Stylish Lady prize. Emma Hanratty was dressed in a striking bottle-green velvet dress and matching green and gold embellished cape, courtesy of Cloughoge-based… Read more »


Europe’s Most Beautiful City

Europe’s Most Beautiful City

This video showcases the wide range of arts, culture, heritage and visitor attractions which are available at the very heart of Armagh. Recently 25 local people were elected as Armagh Ambassadors and finished a 7 week induction training where they got to meet all the attraction owners and marketing people. View this video which is… Read more »


Denise and colleagues support Children’s Heartbeat Trust

Denise and colleagues support Children’s Heartbeat Trust

DENISE McEntee and her colleagues at Bunzl-McLaughlin Catering, Armagh, along with family and friends have raised over £1,000 in aid of local children’s heart charity, Children’s Heartbeat Trust. The money was raised from staff and management at the firm participating in the charity’s #RockRedFriday Campaign in February to help raise awareness and funds for local… Read more »


“King Fisher” Book Launch

Story By: Ulster Gazette THE Armagh Tigers Charitable Trust has launched ‘King Fisher – The Story of Rally Legend Bertie Fisher’, a new book detailing the life of Ballinamallard rally star Bertie Fisher Over 600 friends, fans and family members of the late Bertie Fisher congregated in Armagh City Hotel on Friday 4th March for… Read more »


First Minister visits Markethill High

First Minister visits Markethill High

NORTHERN Ireland’s First Minister Arlene Foster has been given a tour of Markethill High School. The First Minister had earlier joined her DUP Executive colleagues Lord Morrow MLA and Mervyn Storey MLA, to officially open a brand new 3G pitch on the Mowhan Road in the town. The First Minister and her Assembly colleague William… Read more »


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