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Langley Road Residents Present Footballs To Temple Rangers FC

Members of Langley Road Residents Association who participated on the Building Relationships in Communities (bric) Programme have presented footballs to Temple Rangers Football Club in Ballynahinch. The Residents handed over the items to mark the end of the bric Programme which aimed to foster and build Good Relations in social…

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Langley Road Group Enjoy Battle Of Boyne Site Visit

Members of Langley Road Residents Association have enjoyed a study visit to the Battle of the Boyne site and museum in Drogheda. The Ballynahinch-based group travelled to the historic location on a trip facilitated by the EU Peace III funded Building Relationships in Communities (bric) Programme, a unique partnership between…

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Ballynahinch Youth Face Up To Dangers of Drugs and Alcohol

As part of the on-going Ballynahinch Youth Engagement Project, which is being currently delivered  by Langley Road Community Association and Down Policing and Community Safety Partnership (PCSP), local youths undertook an information awareness session on the harm that can be caused by drugs and alcohol. It was agreed that the…

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Twenty Is Plenty Say Local Residents At Langley Estate In Ballynahinch

Langley Road residents in Ballynahinch are very keen to have a 20 mph speed limit introduced into the estate.   This follows years of lobbying to have speed ramps introduced in the estate but have they have been disappointed that this speed measure will not happen in the foreseeable future….

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Langley Road Community Association Head Straight To Crumlin Jail

A visit to a gaol can be a daunting experience at the best of times, but Langley Road Community Association were looking forward to their experience behind the walls of one of the most historic prisons in Britain and Ireland. Members of Langley Road Community Association saw life ‘on the…

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New Drive in Ballynahinch to Upgrade Playing Field at Langley Road

THE Langley Road Residents’ Association made a presentation to the Recreation Committee of Down District Council on Monday evening (20 May) in a bid to win support towards a 3G pitch and new pavilion at the Langley Playing Fields. The group was led by Andrew Steenson, Association Chairman, and Stephen…

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