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Rikki here with you this morning. So as Micheal mentioned, our awards were last week (hard to believe) and what an amazing night it was. I'd like to say a big congratulations to all our winners and finalists - you are all amazing. I can't wait to do it all again next year!
Needless to say I needed a few days off so I've been enjoying some time around the house and getting caught up on all the wee things you don't get to do.
Back at the office we have been having some construction work carried out as we are building our new media suite! More to come on that!
(Did you notice I took the right week off)
So now we are half way through March, and we are very excited about the next few months at Armagh I, as we plan more events (did we mention its our 10th birthday in September?)
Keep watching this space... Now on with the news!
Community service for Armagh man who choked and punched nine-year-old boy in street — armaghi.com Armagh I reports on the county's breaking news, sport including Football, GAA & Rugby. Also Videos, Farming, Entertainment and Events.
We love giving back to our readers! And we love working with local businesses to do so! Here's a few prizes we gave away this week
Kevin Traynor is the lucky winner of our Fusion Festival ticket bundle giveaway -you've won 2 tickets to each of the following events:
The Painter, The Poet and The Pipers at 7pm on Friday 25th March
“Reawaken” featuring Ryan McMullan and Beoga at Navan Centre on Friday 1 April
Cirque du Cider at Long Meadow Cider Company at 9pm on Sat 2nd April.
Ian Maginess won our weekly cinema ticket giveaway, with a pair of tickets to use in Armagh Omniplex! I wonder what he'll go and see?
Rosemary Bedford has won our £100 Pet Domain voucher with the anagram Adopt Mine.
New competition - Have you ever wanted to learn to Jive? We've teamed up with the master himself, Gerard Butler to giveaway a 4-week jiving course in Keady
Click the link to enter!
St. Patrick's Day might well be over, but there's still lots on across the city - here's a couple events to tickle the tastebuds
Friday March 11 – Monday May 16 | Foyer Walls
The Market Place Theatre & Arts Centre
This event is running as part of the Armagh Fusion Festival
4 bed detached split-level bungalow
4 bed semi-detached house
3 bed mid terrace house
I hope you've enjoyed this installment of the newsletter. As always, I'd love to hear back from you! I'm always curious to know if there's something you think we should do that we don't, or a topic you'd like us to cover. Please get in touch - I'm a big boy, I can take criticism (only the constructive kind though!) Here's Ollie, who is eagerly awaiting a hair cut!
Thanks for reading