Bountiful basket for lucky winner Marion

Lord Mayor Cllr Garath Keating presented the Food Heartland Hamper winner, Marion Fleming with her hamper of local produce, included is Head of Economic Development Nicola Wilson and Economoc Development Assistant Sharon Daly �Edward Byrne Photography INBL1634-238EB
Lord Mayor Cllr Garath Keating presented the Food Heartland Hamper winner, Marion Fleming with her hamper of local produce, included is Head of Economic Development Nicola Wilson and Economoc Development Assistant Sharon Daly �Edward Byrne Photography INBL1634-238EB
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Banbridge woman Marion Fleming snapped up a Food Heartland hamper after entering a competition in the local council’s new residents’ magazine, Borough Link.

Marion won a hamper of locally-produced household brands and award-winning speciality artisan food and drink.

Armagh City, Banbridge and Craigavon Borough’s Lord Mayor ,Councillor Garath Keating, accompanied by Head of Economic Development Nicola Wilson and Economic Development Assistant Sharon Daly, presented Marion with her prize on behalf of the Food Heartland Forum.

The council established the forum earlier this year to champion the borough’s thriving agri-food sector, passionate producers and quality creators.

Marion took the opportunity to describe how she too had turned her passion for baking into a new enterprise, having recently set up her own business, Flemings Farmhouse Bakery, specialising in gluten free produce.

Six winners, who entered a separate competition in the magazine to win a £50 meal voucher in a local restaurant of their choice, were also named.

Among the winners were Aimee Neill (Armagh), Karen McCabe (Armagh), Ann Lennon (Lurgan), Carol Boyce (Lurgan), Jennifer Patterson (Banbridge) and Kathleen Camlin (Banbridge).

The meal vouchers were sponsored by Fox Building and Civil Engineering Limited - the company responsible for overseeing the redevelopment of Portadown People’s Park.