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Look inside this converted church in Forkhill
By Armagh I newsletter • Issue #61 • View online
Hi everyone,
We always seem to say it’s been another busy week - and indeed no lie. Armagh I HQ has been a real hub of activity this week with courts cases, government strikes and event the odd 100 birthday celebrations - a big happy birthday to May!
One of the big stories everyone’s talking about this week was the election (you may have noticed that’s happening). By now, the voting will all be complete and it is as they say in the hands of the Gods - but if you haven’t had enough here’s nine key questions answered by Newry and Armagh candidates ahead of polling day
Yesterday there was much-a-do around CIDO Business Park in Lurgan when emergency crews were tasked to the scene of a reported gas leak at CIDO Business Complex in Charles Street at around 4pm this afternoon. We went to the scene to speak to some of the business owners whilst also speaking with the emergency services involved.

When the newly appointed general manager of Armagh City Hotel Henk Compier first arrived in the city just over 17 years ago, he was initially in for a bit of a surprise. We spoke to Henk about his experiences to date
Also in the news..
Our Balmoral Show tickets competition had you all fastest finger first! But there can only be one winner and it’s you… Noel McClure!! Well done. Check your email inbox for an email from us about your prize! Enjoy the Show!
If you didn’t win this time, keep an eye out for out upcoming competitions via this newsletter!
Armagh Jobs
Patrick Woods, Managing Director Linwood Health Foods
Patrick Woods, Managing Director Linwood Health Foods
Like Father Like Son! This week saw the appointment of Patrick Woods as Managing Director of Linwoods Health Foods - a role previously occupied by his father. John Woods, who led one of Ireland’s leading health food brands – for the past 65 years will continue to have a key strategic role in the business.
Armagh Jobs are pleased to welcome Mount Charles as the latest recruiter to the platform. Signing a two year contract with Armagh Jobs will allow the business to target a key recruitment area with a local audience actively seems employment. The company have a variety of roles across Co. Armagh, Co. Down and Co Tyrone. The group was initially founded in 1988 by owner and Chairman Trevor Annon as a catering company. More than 30 years later and employing over 2500 people, it is now Ireland’s largest indigenous support service organisation, providing a range of services including catering, vending, cleaning and security.
Deja Vu Armagh currently recruiting for a Chef/Cook
Dental Receptionist required from Dentistry@Markethill
Electrical design engineer
Have you ever searched for a property that just offers that little something extra - how about a church conversion! The week the former Forkhill Parish Church which was built in 1767 by Richard Jackson, landlord of the Forkhill Estate from 1742 to 1787 went on the open market! Check out this amazing (grace) property you really will be blown away.
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