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Christmas Sports Camp at Ashgrove Community Centre
This Christmas come along and enjoy some fantastic fun at Ashgrove Community Centre. Boys and girls, aged between 6 and 12 years old, can sign up for the Christmas sports camp and enjoy a variety of different sports, have fun with friends and »
Stunning Lurgan Park captured in a calendar for 2016!
13 eye-catching images of Lurgan Park taken by budding local photographers have been selected and developed into a calendar for 2016. Amateur photographers were invited to take part in Armagh City, Banbridge and Craigavon Borough Council&rsquo »
Snow Falls as Lurgan Lights Up!
Locals lined the streets of Lurgan last Friday to see the town centre burst alive with festive sparkle and cheer at the annual Christmas lights switch on! Compered by TV personality, Pamela Ballantine, it was a great start to the festive seaso »
Create wreaths at Lurgan Park!
This Christmas, get into the festive spirit at Lurgan Park and make a beautiful festive wreath that will be truly treasured! Taking place on Saturday 5th December at 2pm, come along to the Park and make an extra special garland to hang on your »
Lurgan Town Hall is celebrating its 30th anniversary of opening as a Community, Arts and Resource Centre and has a wide range of special events on offer to help the whole community get involved in the celebrations! Things will kick off on Frid »


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Stereo and TV: Think about the volume or use headphones. Pull the TV and speakers away from your neighbour's walls. Raise them from the floor if possible.

Household Chores: Consider not mowing the lawn or starting the DIY at the crack of dawn. You may be an early riser, but others could be trying to get some rest. Night birds should equally think about doing their vacuuming or washing at less 'anti social' hours.

Parties: If you are planning a party, your neighbours are likely to be much more understanding if you warn them well in advance - you might even invite them. Either way, don't ruin their evening - and encourage guests to be equally respectful.

Alarms: Where an intruder alarm is installed, you should notify the local Council to nominate and register (see form below) a key holder who will be contacted if your alarm goes off accidentally while you are away. Alarms should be regularly maintained to ensure that it doesn't go off accidentally.

Cars: Don't play your car stereo to the world at large. Make sure your music isn't disturbing others, especially when you are parked or waiting for someone. Make sure your car alarm works properly.

Additional information can be obtained by contacting the Pollution Control Team.

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Contact Info

Armagh City, Banbridge & Craigavon Borough Council,  
PO Box 66, Lakeview Road, 
Craigavon, Co. Armagh, BT64 1AL [View Map]
Tel: 0300 0300 900 or +44 (0) 28 38312400
Fax: +44 (0) 28 38312444
Minicom: +44 (0) 28 38329757

Irish and Ulster Scots Voicemail Service

The Council now provides an Irish and Ulster Scots voicemail service for any member of the public who wishes to ring using these languages. Simply ring the Council and ask to be put through to the service.  You will then hear a voicemail message in that language and be asked to leave your message.  We will then have your message translated and a response sent.


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