IN PICTURES: International Women’s Day event in Craigavon

Joan Burney Keatings MBE, Chief Executive of Cinemagic, joined an esteemed line-up of women to inspire local women for International Women’s Day 2019 at a special event organised by Armagh City, Banbridge and Craigavon Borough Council.

Tuesday, 12th March 2019, 1:11 pm
Updated Tuesday, 12th March 2019, 1:15 pm
Craigavon Senior High School and their Teacher Carole Dillon.

More than 100 students and guests from a variety of organisations and schools across the borough had the enviable opportunity to celebrate International Women’s Day this year at the event.

Nuala McKeever, one of Northern Ireland’s most well-known comediennes and actresses, compered the event.

St Patrick's College, Banbridge with teacher Tracey Cartmill.
Lismore Comprehensive with teacher Catherine Nelson.
Lord Mayor Cllr Julie Flaherty, Cllr Cathyerine Nelson, Cllr Sam Nicholson and Cllr Margaret Tinsley with students Chantelle Kinnersley and Holly Wakenshaw.
St Patrick's High School, Keady with teacher.
Pictured from are Keeva Murtagh (The Princes Trust), Lord Mayor Cllr Julie Flaherty, Inspector Rosemary Leech MBE (Road Policing Development) and Alison Matthews (owner of VirtuAli Administrative Solutions) with Craigavon Senior High students Courtney Livingstone, Rachel McKerr and Tirzah Walker.
Compere Nuala McKeever, Keeva Murtagh (The Princes Trust), Lord Mayor Cllr Julie Flaherty, Inspector Rosemary Leech MBE (Road Policing Development), Alison Matthews (owner of VirtuAli Administrative Solutions) and Mary Hanna (Policy & Diversity Officer, Armagh City, Banbridge & Craigavon Borough Council).
Lord Mayor Cllr Julie Flaherty, Cllr Cathyerine Nelson, Cllr Sam Nicholson and Cllr Margaret Tinsley with students Chantelle Kinnersley and Holly Wakenshaw.
Nuala McKeever joined Craigavon Senior High with Teacher Irene Megaw.
Portadown College students with teacher Naomi Montgomery.