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Goal Line Multi-Sensory Discovery Room

Members of the Goal Line Youth Centre, based at Chambers Park in the grounds of Portadown Rugby Club, which attracts children from the age of six, secured almost £11,000 to create a sensory environment which not only benefits children but also their parents and carers. The multi sensory discovery room is an area in the

Goal Line Multi-Sensory Discovery Room2016-11-04T09:34:26+00:00

Pride of Craigavon Awards 2015

BNL were delighted to supply audio-visual and graphic design support for the Pride of Craigavon Awards 2015. Having fulfilled this role during the last Pride of Craigavon, we know how special this event was, recognising all of the hard work of community groups and organisations in making Craigavon a happier, safer and more fulfilled Community.

Pride of Craigavon Awards 20152016-11-04T09:34:26+00:00

Reachout.care Website

In October 2014 we were awarded a tender to build and develop an information based website for Domestic Violence. Working with Craigavon Policing and Community Safety Partnership we successfully launched reachout.care. This website is designed to enable those people who may be experiencing any type of abuse to get help and support within a few

Reachout.care Website2016-11-04T09:34:26+00:00

The Hay Days Project

DVD The Haydays is a project delivered by the Richmount Rural Community Association and funded by the Heritage Lottery Fund. This project is an exploration of farming and home life in the 1950s, with a specific focus on the North Armagh region. Over the period of 16 months, we brought filming crews along to capture:

The Hay Days Project2016-11-04T09:34:29+00:00

Transformative Connections | New Website

BNL crossed paths with Enda some years ago before he began his new exciting venture with Transformative Connections. We were excited to be part of his journey by developing this stage 1 of his website. We love their passion and vision for technology and social media for peacebuilding and positive social change and are looking

Transformative Connections | New Website2015-05-05T10:43:59+00:00

Christmas Market | Peoples Park

Portadown town centre was filled full of festive cheer at the weekend when the SPACE Christmas Market rocked up on the plaza full of treats and delights! Organised by Craigavon Borough Council and the Peace Buliders Collaborative, the event was run as part of the Shared Process and Community Engagement Project (SPACE) funded through the

Christmas Market | Peoples Park2015-05-05T10:50:46+00:00

Make a Wish | Peoples Park

Children across Craigavon create Christmas wishes for The People’s Park. Under the SPACE Programme, Craigavon Borough Council and The Peace Builders’ Collaborative delivered a series of two-hour workshops, touring around Primary schools across the borough to have local school children Make a Wish for the new Portadown Peoples Park. Throughout the programme, approximately 300 pupils

Make a Wish | Peoples Park2015-05-05T10:55:25+00:00

Frozen Event

In the best possible way, our office is filled with big children. We play Christmas music from October and like all-things Disney. When it came to planning a ‘Frozen’ event in The Meadows shopping centre, we were delighted to be part of it. There’s always fun family days down at The Meadows, and this was no

Frozen Event2016-11-04T09:34:29+00:00

Spooktacular 2014 | Peoples Park

Organised by Craigavon Borough Council in partnership with the Peace Builders Consortium, the free event was run as part of the Shared Process and Community Engagement Project (SPACE) and has been part financed by the EU’s PEACE III Programme, managed by the Special EU Programmes Body. On arrival, the Secret Garden was terrifyingly lit up

Spooktacular 2014 | Peoples Park2016-11-04T09:34:29+00:00

Oasis Youth Club – Minion Moves

Minion Moves was a project created by a group of young people from Lismore Comprehensive School in conjunction with The Oasis Youth Club STEP-UP Programme. This short film was designed to portray the isolation and vulnerability that can be experienced by a teenager who arrives in a new area for the very first time. As

Oasis Youth Club – Minion Moves2016-11-04T09:34:29+00:00