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Welcome to Portadown, Northern Ireland..................Enjoy Your Visit!

Hi everyone. Welcome to Portadown. May God's peace be with you. x

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Craigwell Avenue AKA Sesame Street - Me with some of the local kids

Hello and Welcome to All People and Cultures
Mirëdita - Parev - Sveiki - Ahalan - Zdravei - Nei Ho - Dobrư den - Witam - Goddag - Goede dag - Hello - Saluton - Hei - Saluton - Guten Tag - Gia'sou - Aloha - Shalom - Namaste - Jó napot - Góđan daginn - Halo - Dia dhuit - Salve - Kon-nichiwa - An-nyong Ha-se-yo - Ni hao - Dzien' dobry - Olá - Bună ziua - Zdravstvuyte - Hola - Hej - Jambo - Sa-wat-dee - Selam - Vitayu - Xin chào - Hylo - Sholem - Sawubona

Portadown ...

... is a small town in Northern Ireland and it is a great place to live. Although the town is not perfect it has a lot to offer. The overwhelming majority of individuals in Portadown are honest and hard working people who are striving to make the town a great place to live, and they are SUCCEEDING.

The Future is Bright

Portadown, with a population of about 26,000 within a 2 mile radius from the town centre, is divided by the River Bann, famous for its fishing. The town is becoming increasingly multi-cultural, with migrant workers from many nations like Poland, Lithuania, Latvia, Russia, Slovakia, Portugal, China, Brazil, The Philipines, India, East Timor and others, now eagerly contributing to the economic prosperity of the town and surrounding areas. They are coming to Portadown to fill the many vacancies that are difficult to fill. Most of the imports are very hard working and with their help, the town has never looked as good. More new businesses are opening up and new shops and services are thriving. There are more people in employment now in the UK, than at any time in the past 30 years, and the unemployment rate is at a record low.

There are many interesting locations and characters in Portadown. Local areas in Portadown include Corcrain, Redmanville, Killicomaine, Brownstown, Ballyoran, Churchill, Rectory, Edgarstown, Garvaghy, Seagoe, Ballyhannon, Kernan, Tandragee Road, Woodside, the Tunnel and Edenderry. New developments are springing up furthur afield as Portadown grows in all directions. There are also many rural communities in outlying areas. Each have their own stories to tell. Hopefully some of the scenes on this site will provide an insight into life in Portadown.

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Jude and I taking it easy

Feel free to browse through the website to get some impression of our town. Pages will be added in due course in an attempt to keep the site fresh.

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I will try to add new pictures every few weeks.

Check this page regularly and the following Christian messages will change

Thoughts to Inspire You

"He that giveth unto the poor shall not lack: but he that hideth his eyes shall have many a curse"

- Proverbs 28 v 27

"Happy are those whose heart's desire is for righteousness: for they will have their desire. "

- Matthew 5 v 6

"The light of the sun went out, and the curtain in the Temple was parted in two. And Jesus gave a loud cry and said, Father, into your hands I give my spirit: and when he had said this, he gave up his spirit. And when the captain saw what was done, he gave praise to God, saying, Without doubt this was an upright man. "

- Luke 23 v 45 - 47

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