Chief Executive of Clanmil Housing Group, Clare Mc Carty said; It is wonderful to see these families settling in and making the homes their own.

We wish them all many happy years at Rosemount News.

Services cannot be sustained at the standard required and there is a very real danger that those in most need will not receive adequate support or may lose out entirely.

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The competition is run each year by Clanmil to acknowledge and reward those tenants who take a keen interest in keeping the green spaces around their homes looking the very best they can.

It also gives tenants with green fingers and a passion for gardening a chance to showcase their handiwork.

We are urging the Housing Executive to reinstate the funding immediately to all providers.

We are up for reform and want to work in partnership with the Housing Executive and Department for Communities to deliver a strategic remodelling of the programme.

3 October 2017 A coalition of volunarty and charitable organisations has called on the Housing Executive to reinstate funding to all providers of a housing support programme that helps vulnerable people in Armagh, Banbridge and Craigavon.

Each year, the Supporting People (SP) programme assists more than 1,380 people in the council area to live independently and avoid problems that can result in hospitalisation, institutional care or homelessness.

The top accolade of Overall Winner went to The Imperial independent living scheme in Donaghadee.

Tim OMalley, Community Development Manager at Clanmil, said; We really appreciate the interest that so many of our tenants show in their gardens and the time, hard work and effort that they dedicate to making them look so well.

Brendan Morrissey, Supported Living Manager at Clanmil Housing, which operates Templar Court in Lurgan said: Supporting People has been an immense success for this area, enabling thousands of people to sustain their accommodation and live with as much independence as possible.