Sector: Events

Since 2012, MGMPR has been managing events across Northern Ireland from product launches, tourism initiative launches, food and drink fayres, the Tour of Ulster cycling race and more. Our experience combined with our story telling skills and getting the right people at the right event, ensures your event goes smoothly. Make your event matter - call MGMPR on 028 3756 9569 to find out how we can help.

September 21 The Richhill Apple Fayre

Chefs John White, Mervyn Steenson and Mark Winter

Thousands prepare for the fantastic Richhill Apple Harvest Fayre 2018

The Richhill Apple Harvest Fayre is a popular country village fayre which attracts thousands of people every year to celebrate the PGI protected Armagh Bramley Apple. This is a fantastic FREE fun day out for all of the family.

Go along to Richhill on Saturday, October 27 where there will be over 30 artisan food and drink producers, a tugo’war, a tasting theatre, hot and cold drinks and food, a scarecrow competition and much more. The event runs from 9am to 5pm. See you there!

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April 12 In the Press

Farm groups support motion to stay in EU as ICTU lobby for workers’ interests

Farmers and businesses are being urged to work together – that’s a key message during a debate on Brexit at the ICTU conference today.

Peter Bunting, assistant General Secretary of the ICTU, said if Northern Ireland has a chance of growing its economy its members must vote ‘Yes’ in the EU referendum. Mr Bunting added that It is critical that farmers and the business community work in tandem to ensure members maximise the ‘Yes’ vote. Here’s the full story:

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October 21 In the Press The Richhill Apple Fayre

Richhill Apple Harvest Fayre to contribute to export growth says Tourism NI boss

Terence Brannigan, the chairman of Tourism NI says food and drink producers in Armagh county will play a significant role in turning tourism from an £800million industry to a £1billion industry over the next five years.

Tourism is currently an £800million industry but Tourism NI expect this to grow to become a £1billion industry over the next five years. It is hoped the sector will be responsible for 50,000 jobs in our region as our development towards a growth in export continues to be a major focus.

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