IN PICTURES: Take a trip down memory lane

Take a look back at the good old days with our selection of photographs from the paper’s archive.

Friday, 4th December 2020, 2:40 pm
Conor Smith and Michelle Hazlett of the Housing Executive, Trevor Clydesdale, Craigavon Borough Council waste manager and Sharon Mills, Parkmore Community Association and residents who took part in a clean up programme in 2007
Conor Smith and Michelle Hazlett of the Housing Executive, Trevor Clydesdale, Craigavon Borough Council waste manager and Sharon Mills, Parkmore Community Association and residents who took part in a clean up programme in 2007

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Craigavon Mayor Robert Smith and Neil Holland, sales and marketing manager for Firmus energy with the representatives from local community, schools and church groups in the Lurgan area who received grants in the Firmus 3K giveaway in 2007
Brian Moylan, second right, received his National ‘A’ referee badge from Craigavon Judo Club coach Bert Lavery in 2007. Included are club coach Marcus Thompson and some of the clubs young members
Craigavon Mayor Robert Smith presented gifts for Ward Six at Lurgan Hospital during his 2007 Christmas visit to Mrs Annie Robinson and Mrs Nan Dunlop. Included are Mrs Lorna Dilworth, senior manager, Student Nurse Georgie Renouf, Staff Nurse Lorna Kilpatrick and Staff Nurse Nigil McKee
Craigavon Mayor Robert Smith welcomed Peggy McKeever, Friends of the Hospice Support Group, Cathal Murphy, Lismore School, Beth Ross, community liaison sister Southern Area Hospice, Kirstin King, regional marketing officer and Susan Parks, Mayor’s Secretary, at the Southern Area Hospice Services Light up a Life ceremony in Craigavon Civic Centre in 2007
Heather Bamford, schools walk manager for Action MS presented certificates to Lismore School pupils Derbhail Campbell, Gemma Coghill, Sarah McKeveney and Sean McGuigan who all raised over £100 at the school sponsored walk at Craigavon lakes in 2007. Included are the pupils who each raised over £50, Mr Joe Corrigan, principal and Mrs Anne Hanna, teacher
Craigavon Mayor Robert Smith with Mel McConville, director of The 18-25 Project and Susan Bateman, co ordinator CCM10 Project with the young people who completed the CCM10 training programme in 2007
Brian McCann M.D. Treadsafe Mats presents a new Skip to Cragavon City U14 Team Manager Keith Goodfellow in 2007
Craigavon Mayor Robert Smith at the Annual LIFE conference at the Civic Centre in 2007 with Francis Lennon, chairman of the Lurgan and Craigavon LIFE committee, Mary Rose Elliott, secretary, Vivienne Hunter, director of Life NI and Councillor Dolores Kelly