Pictured at the opening of the Sensory Garden in Moira with Alderman Paul Porter, Chairman of the Council's Leisure & Community Development Committee are: Richard Rogers, Alpha Programme; Owen Gawith, local councillor and local schoolchildren.

New sensory garden for Moria

Members of the local community, Groundwork NI, Philips Contracts, The Conservation Volunteers, Woodland Trust, pupils from Moira Primary School, Rowandale Integrated Primary School and Stepping Stones NI recently attended the official opening of a new sensory wildlife garden in the village.

Keavy O'Mahony-Truesdale from Neill's Flour and Ian Hunter, Head Chef and Proprietor at Belfast Cookery School, are encouraging families across Northern Ireland to look at incorporating more fibre into their diets, as part of 'Fibre February', a campaign to raise awareness of the benefits of fibre in the diet.

Benefits of increasing fibre in your diet

Northern Ireland flour mill Neill’s Flour is encouraging families across the Province to look at incorporating more fibre into their diets, as part of ‘Fibre February’, a campaign led by the Flour Advisory Bureau to raise awareness of the many benefits of eating fibre.

At the Launch of the Neighbourhood Watch Scheme at Larkfield Meadows, Craigavon are, Constable Brian Hull and and Constable Julie Lyons, Brownlow PSNI Neighbourhood Team, Annette Blaney, PCSP with Anthony and Maresa McKey, Local Coordinator.

Crime initiative is launched

Armagh, Banbridge and Craigavon Policing and Community Safety Partnership (ABC PCSP), local police and residents from Larkfield Meadows in Craigavon have established an official ‘Neighbourhood Watch’ scheme in the area.

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