BNL Working Internationally

We've been really busy here at BNL Productions. We've been expanding the areas of our work, welcoming new staff to the team and adding some shiny new equipment to our store . This allows us to complete even more work than before, while developing the creativity and diversity of our projects. We have loved working

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SOS Bus NI

If you are local to Northern Ireland, and particuarly Belfast, you may have seen the SOS Bus driving around the area. The bus is one small part of an organisation doing large amounts of much-needed and appreciated work. This volunteer centred organisation provides a twin-track approach to helping people. In simple terms, the daytime work is

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Microlip music video to Be Part of the Peoples Park

BNL Productions have been working with the Armagh City, Banbridge and Craigavon Borough Council on the year-long SPACE project which anticipates the re-opening of the Portadown People’s Park as a shared space. We have been delivering a communications, events and community engagement programme as part of a consortium, The Peace Builders Collaborative. Within the Communications

Microlip music video to Be Part of the Peoples Park2016-11-04T09:34:26+00:00

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

Random Acts of Kindness #RUOK

Under the CURBS Programme, we were excited to launch a series of ‘Random Acts of Kindness’ videos! Taking the lead from current trends in online media, the Random Acts of Kindness was an initiative involving small groups of teenagers who stage goodwill gestures and interact positively with the public. While showcasing their generous disposition young

Random Acts of Kindness #RUOK2016-11-04T09:34:26+00:00

SOAR Rural Development Programme Videos

Recently we worked with the Craigavon Borough Council to produce some video work for the SOAR initiative. 
We quickly and efficiently produced two videos, one full length version and one highlights version; each serving a different purpose and relaying valuable information on two variant levels. 


Southern Organisation for Action in Rural areas (SOAR), the Joint

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Xtreme FM- 15 Years Celebration Video

Where to start with this one? We often get asked, where did 'BNL' come from as a name for your company? Well, it all began way-back-when with the Brad, Nick and Loney show on Xtreme FM. XtremeFM is a youth & community radio project that was first set up in 1999. Based in Craigavon, Northern

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Blue Lights- Drive Safe Campaign

This project was something totally different for BNL, and one that has left a lasting impact on our team and those we worked with under the CURBS programme. The aim behind the ‘Blue Lights’ Drive Safe Campaign was to develop relationships between young people and the Emergency services, dispelling myths on what exactly the job

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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

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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

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