7 William Street
- Armagh City
Uniquely historic but teeming with fresh ideas and opportunities, Lurgan has it all – so, treat this as your insider’s guide.
Discover our independent shops and coffee culture, historic houses, the nature on display at Lurgan Park – the largest public park in Northern Ireland – places to stay and lots of ways to play.
We’ll give you the lowdown on all the local essentials you need to know, too – sports, business opportunities, community activities and transport links, to name a few.
Located near the southern shore of Lough Neagh, Lurgan has a unique sense of adventure, freedom and opportunity, magic and mystery. Are you ready to dive in?
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Armagh City, Banbridge, Armagh, Dromore, Lurgan and Portadown are all bursting with character, energy,
and unique opportunities - and we're here to give you the lowdown on each one.
Well worth a visit to Northern Ireland’s largest urban park, located within walking distance to the town centre. Enjoy the beautifully landscaped parkland that containes well maintained paths, play park, tennis courts, bowling green, cricket wicket and football pitches.
The Park is over 250 acres in size and boosts many paths for walking, a super play area and large green spaces. As well as a pleasant place to walk, Lurgan Park has much to offer the visitor, features include a water fountain, tennis courts, bowling green, cricket wicket and football pitches.
There are loads of exciting events on their way throughout our Borough.
UrbanABC.com is your guide to all that’s happening in the ABC borough – from local festivals to retail therapy, great places to eat to new developments in the area. And you can access it all on your phone or tablet while you’re on the go.
Whether it’s opening times, directions or inspiration for a brilliant day or night out, you’re looking for, you’ll never miss out when you make UrbanABC your first stop.
Banbridge is the perfect place to call home for many reasons, you are spoilt for choice with an array of retail and entertainment establishments, superb green spaces and leisure facilities. The town and surrounding area is also the perfect place to raise a family with some of the best schools in Northern Ireland right on your doorstep.
There is high employment, low crime rates, good schools and local services all within easy reach. And with second to none parks, leisure centres and schools, it’s easy to see why Craigavon is a desirable place to live and work in Northern Ireland