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Excitement builds for Buttercrane’s Frozen Santa event

Join Buttercrane elves on 14 November from 6 – 9pm for their special Frozen-themed Santa Arrival event. Frozen Princesses Anna and Elsa will entertain you and sing their favourite songs from Frozen 2. Article continues below They’ll be joined by Snow White, Rapunzel, Cinderella and Princess Jasmine for music and games before Santa Arrives on […]

Open College Network NI launches second annual Learner Awards

Open College Network NI, an educational charity and awarding body that advances education by developing nationally recognised qualifications for adults and young people throughout NI, is to stage its second Learner Awards ceremony at Stormont Hotel, Belfast on 23 March 2020. The Learning Endeavour Awards 2020 will cover a range of categories including schools, further […]

Southern Trust to host “biggest ever careers event” in Newry

The Southern Trust and Newry Mourne and Down District Council have teamed up to host the biggest ever health and social care careers event in the area. The event will take place on Wednesday 6 November in Newry Leisure Centre and is open to year 10 students upwards. Up to 1,000 young people from local […]

Newry’s older photographers urged to enter competition

The Commissioner for Older People for Northern Ireland’s popular Christmas photography competition is back, and this year the theme is Northern Ireland:  A Natural Beauty.  The photography competition is seeking older people from Newry, Mourne and Down to capture their own interpretation of what they believe to be naturally beautiful about the area in which […]

Excitement builds for FREE Halloween events in Buttercrane, Newry

Join Buttercrane Shopping Centre on mall this Halloween for some ghoulish good fun on 31 October and 1 November. The shopping centre will have fface-paintingting on 31 and 1 November from 12-4pm. Article continues below On the 31 October from 1-4pm they’ll have a special visit from Maleficent Mistress of Evil and her friend The […]

Spectacular happenings in Newry for all the family this mid-term

On Friday 1 November, rounding off the half-term week, the much-loved Twilight Market will return to host Newry Mourne and Down’s flagship Taste the Island event at Newry Variety Market, followed by a fantastic fireworks and laser show at Fathom Line. The Twilight Market, in John Mitchel Place, will be open from 5 pm and […]

Major free advice service launched to get Newry businesses ‘Brexit Ready’

Business leaders in Newry are being encouraged to avail of a free major new Brexit advice service – Brexit Ready NI – delivered by leading business body Institute of Directors Northern Ireland (IoD NI) in partnership with KPMG. Brexit Ready NI is open to members and non-members and will run throughout October, featuring webinars and […]

Remembrance service in Newry for babies and children who have died

Daisy Hill Hospital is hosting a special service to give thanks for and remember babies and children who have died from the area. The service will take place on Sunday 3 November, 2019 at Newry Town Hall. Article continues below Wendy Clarke, Head of Midwifery and Gynaecology for the Southern Health and Social Care Trust […]

Newry takes part in world’s largest free film festival

Newry is one of the cities taking part in this year’s Into Film Festival which will see thousands of young people enjoy the magic of cinema from November 6-22. There will be three screenings at the Omniplex including Wild Rose; How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World and The Kid Who Would Be King. […]

Could you conquer Northern Ireland’s highest peak for depression charity?

Aware. the depression charity for Northern Ireland, is calling out for people to hike with them up our country’s highest peak at Slieve Donard on the 5 October 2019 to spread awareness of World Mental Health Day, encourage people to speak out about what is going on in their minds, and to raise funds for […]


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