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‘Rejoice and be Glad’

‘Rejoice and be Glad’

A programme of talks on the theme - “Rejoice and be Glad – A Call to Holiness in Today’s World” is ongoing in St Patrick’s Church Dungannon.

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Chair of Mid Ulster District Council Councillor Sean McPeake gives some of the new equipment at Dungannon Leisure Centre a trial run ahead of the Give Leisure A Go! Taster sessions happening in Dungannon on  October 14, and in Cookstown, Magherafelt and Maghera later in October and November.

Council wants you to give leisure a go!

Mid Ulster District Council is throwing open its (leisure centre) doors this October and November as they offer free taster sessions in Cookstown, Greenvale, Dungannon and Maghera Leisure Centres, providing a great opportunity to help people to give being more active a go!

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L to R James Glendinning, Jim McGreevy (HLF) and Val Moffett.

Donaghendry book marks parish history

‘In St Patrick’s Footsteps’ – the story of a parish over a period of 1,500 years is the result of seven years’ research by Donaghendry Heritage Group, based in Stewartstown.

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Representatives from throughout Dungannon pictured at the pre-event to mark World Mental Health Day.

Positive Mental Health Community Campaign

A community wide Positive Mental Health Campaign, led by Mrs Claire Kerr, Head of Pastoral Care at The Royal School Dungannon, will run from Sunday, October 7 until Saturday, October 13 throughout Dungannon.

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Clara Deehan, a student of St Joseph's Grammar in Donaghmore is still in the running to win Student Invent.

Student Clara has a magic idea

Clara Deehan, a student of St Joseph’s Grammar in Donaghmore is in the running to win Student Invent, an annual competition organised by Catalyst Inc, which gives entrants the chance to pitch their innovative idea to the business community and a chance of winning a £1000 prize.

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