1- 4 Certificate Winners
Integrated Primary School, Kircubbin, Ards, Co. Down
Joint Entry by:- Aaron Hill, Conn
Crawford, Conor Miley, Dominik Fitzmaurice
St Mary’s Primary School, Derrymore, Craigavon, Co. Armagh
Entry by:- Ciara Owens,
Ciaran Lavery, Stephen Doone, Daniel Donnelly, Orla McGuiness, Barry
Individual Entry by Emilie Mullan age
4, Omagh, Co. Tyrone.
1-4: Townland signs from Scraghey, Tyrone transferred to signage
5 - 7 Certificate Winners
St Mary’s Primary School, Derrytrasna, Craigavon, Co. Armagh
Margaret McGovern, St Patrick’s Primary School, Aghacommon, Craigavon,
Emma Cooney, St Mary’s Primary School, Derrymore, Craigavon, Co.
Shane Lennon, St Mary’s Primary School Derrytrasna, Craigavon, Co.
St Patrick’s Primary School, Aghacommon, Craigavon,
Comments: All these winners were individual entries (see Groups).
We thank the South
Lough Neagh Regeneration Association for their support of the
competition in local schools.
St Malachy’s High School, Castlewellan, Co. Down.
Fitzpatrick, Sinéad Malone, Claire McPhillips; Kerrie Burns, Claire
Hillen; Nicole McClean, Pat McMullen; Conor Flanagan, Ryan Flanagan;
Elaine McVeigh; Olivia King, Colette Lowry; Marie Burns, Saoirse Ní
Catháin, Kerri Ann Ward, Priscilla Ward; Laura Morgan.
Comment: The Castlewellan hats are dazzling but it is a pity that
only one secondary school could see how to fit townlands into the art
the entry on Lisnabreeny from the Irish department in Lagan College.
Dorothy Moffat, Belfast Creative Glass class, BIFHE 2002-3
Entry:- Betty, Billy Reynolds, Cecil Stewart, Clare, Dorothy Moffatt,
Hugh McNeill, Kevin, Lynda, Myra, Paul Millar, Will Woods.
John and Sonya Cunningham, Drumskinny, Belleek, Co. Fermanagh (book
Mary Maguire (photo and photo-etching)
Blaney for “the story of his life” exploring and recording the
Ballycarry banners (Forthill example present) for community pride in
for the concept of a townland jigsaw to teach pupils as they play
Winner - Carrickmannon
Primary School, Ballygowan, Newtownards, Co Down (wall hanging)
St Mary’s Primary School Altinure, Park, Claudy, Co. Derry
Kevin Johnston, Lisa, Grace Devine, Emer Conway, Jennifer McCloskey and
Brackenagh Primary School, Kilkeel, Co. Down
Entry by Alexander Speers, Daniell Parke, Stephen Graham, Lynda Annett,
Christopher Annett, Mark Chambers, Louise McConnell, Michelle Skillen,
Simon McAtee, Kirk Whyte, Jayne Annett, Rebekah Campbell; Adele
McConnell, Stuart McDowell, James Irvine, Philip McConnell, Darren
Annett-Nelson, Mark Allen, Hannah Skillen, Thomas Killen, Zara Chambers,
Andrew Annett, Emma Connor, Samantha Cunningham, Joshua Haugh, Jason
St Brigid’s Primary School, Cranagh, Glenelly, Co. Tyrone
Entry by Dearbhla Bradley, Niall Kildunne, Brian Mc Connell, Ruairí
McGarvey, Ciara Falls
“The fields of Carrickmannon” stitches together the work of many
More writing had been done at Altinure but unfortunately was lost
when “The Forgotten Townlands” was taken down at the school.
Writing impressive from Brackenagh and Glenelly also.
Brian O’Prey, Newtownards, Co. Down
Birches Primary School, Co. Armagh; Age 11
St Davog’s Primary School Scraghey
Entry by Year 3-4 pupils: Lisa
McBride, Patrick Gallen, Gemma Carlin, Sabrina Gallen, Conor Moss,
Ciaran O'Neill, Seannan Gallen
Design Comments: This is a mixed-age prize: Adult, upper then lower
Primary. The judges were agreed on the flair and planning of Brian
O’Prey’s sign designs.
Good as the other adults were, the children deserved recognition
for their imagination.
Keep up the good work!