Woodland Trust visits Edenderry

The Woodland Trust visited the village yesterday with the aim of planting trees in our community as part of their Urban Tree project. The Trust is keen to work with us. There will be a further meeting to identify precise planting locations. We hope the Woodland Trust will provide saplings in autumn and help the community to plant.

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Carol Singing – December 22nd


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Edenderry Improvement Survey feedback


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Halloween Night 2017


Another great Halloween night was had by all. If you have more photos, let me have them.

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Pumpkin Carving 2017

A great productive day was had carving pumpkins getting ready for the Halloween parade. Remember the parade will start from St Ellen gathering at 7:30.

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Edenderry Arup Survey deadline extended

noun_52479_ccThe deadline for returning the Edenderry Village survey on the Arup report, has been extended to this Monday. If you have not already returned a survey please fill it out and return over the weekend.

The response so far has been good, but the more we get back the better we can judge the thoughts on the Arup report’s identified projects.


While you’re returning the survey, if you’ve not already given, why not take the opportunity to give money for the fireworks fund. So far we have had a tremendous response, why not ask your non-resident friends who may visit the village because of the fireworks to give too.noun_892731_cc

From everyone in the village; Thank you for making it all possible.

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Bring Virgin Cable to the village

internetA couple of local residents are campaigning to bring Virgin Cable to the village. The internet capacity of cable would be multiples of the current non cable capacity.

Virgin Media held a ‘Community Information Event’ recently at Lough Moss Leisure Centre, Carryduff, with a view to expanding their network into our area. They have apparently installed a node at Ballylesson Road, as part of their roll-out to BT8.
The install is currently not going down Ballylesson Road or to the Village as far as we can gather, but since Virgin Media are a demand driven business with a roll-out budget, they use a sign-up service (called “cable my street”) for interested parties in order to direct their resource to the demand.

For more information and to register your interest visit the web page linked below.


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