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Gone from Gosford but Glaze and Roll finds new home

Gone from Gosford but Glaze and Roll finds new home
By Armagh I newsletter • Issue #50 • View online
Good morning, all. Kellie here today or should I say “Auntie Kellie”. I’m delighted to say that I now have a brand new, little niece as of March 23. Little Faith arrived just in time for Mother’s Day 2022 - a very welcome early present for her mum, Katie. So, big congratulations to my sister-in-law Katie, partner Daniel and big brother, Seb, who I know will be reading this morning.
On the subject of Mother’s Day - I’m sure you’re all very organised with presents bought, dinner booked and flowers on order (a reminder for my Husband if nothing else) but if not, you can be in with a chance to win a Single Membership with GetactiveABC’s Mother’s Day Competition! See below for details on how you can enter.

In the news...
An Armagh woman, who met her husband of 30 years when he was a refugee, has answered a call for help by delivering vital food supplies to neighbouring Ukraine.
A riding hat and a set of keys were placed on the altar during the Requiem Mass for Armagh man Ciaran McGurgan, to represent his two great loves – horses and houses.
Two vacant retail units in Jonesborough look set to be ‘filled’ – as a dental surgery.
The mother of two-year-old Ali Jayden Doyle, who died after sustaining what was described as a “extensive non-accidental head injury”, has been granted compassionate bail to allow her to present to the Housing Executive as homeless in order to obtain an address for release.
LED lighting is to be upgraded in Armagh City Centre. And work on the £195,000 scheme is to start on Monday.
Police are appealing to the public to be vigilant after an Armagh couple were swindled out of close to £80,000 in a banking transfer scam.
A Keady man charged with a number of explosives offences linked to a series of security alerts in County Armagh in March of last year has been granted bail subject to conditions being met.
What's On...
Friday March 25, 7.30pm - Fusion Festival: Capturing the past, present and future, the work of Vincent Loughran goes on display at Aonach Mhacha.
Saturday March 26, 8pm - Closkelt Pipe Band presents Live 2022 at the Market Place Theatre Armagh.
Saturday March 26, 8pm - Cahal Masterson and Stephen Murphy to give their premiere performance in Armagh at the Market Place Theatre.
Thursday March 31, 8pm - A night of fun and entertainment in memory of Eileen at Armagh’s Market Place Theatre.
Friday April 1, 8pm - Tickets are still available to Join the ‘Legends’ at Armagh’s Market Place Theatre.
Cinema ticket giveaway
Here’s your chance to win a pair of cinema tickets with our friends at Armagh Omniplex. Simply fill out the form here and if you win your tickets will be emailed to you - of course we’ll announce it in the next newsletter!
Armagh Jobs
Clarke Decorate are currently on the lookout for a shop floor person to work in the Armagh City Centre store. Check out the role here.
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So, to wrap up, have a lovely weekend and wonderful Sunday celebrating all the amazing women in your lives. Here is a super cute photo of wee Faith, and no, before anyone says it - I’m not broody at all!!
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