The borough of Craigavon in Northern Ireland lies around 15 miles south-west of Belfast city centre. Around 81,000 people live in the area. Craigavon is handy for the M1 and Belfast International Airport.
The borough is served by Rushmere Shopping Centre and Retail Park, as well as train stations at Lurgan and Portadown, which offer good rail links to Belfast, Dublin and destinations to Bangor.
Local attractions include the beauties of Lough Neagh, the largest freshwater lake in the British Isles. Anglers flock to Craigavon to tempt the local trout and salmon, while the waters also offer a host of sporting activities from canoeing to windsurfing.
The Craigavon area also boasts its own museum, a golf and ski centre, Lurgan Park, Brownlow House, Tannaghmore Animal Farm, the Millennium Court Arts Centre and the Portmore Lough Bird Sanctuary.