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ABC Wellbeing Hub

ABC Community Network is committed to encouraging the development of healthier lifestyles and positive mental well-being.


Facilities at the ABC Health Hub mean that we can offer activities to suit a range of needs: social, physical, emotional, and creative.

At the ABC Health Hub, we aim to put healthy living at the heart of our community and everyday lives by developing programmes aimed at reducing health inequalities.


The ABC Health Hub programmes have three strands:

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Physical Activity

In an outdoor and group setting, garden rejuvenation, hands on food growing, walking and cycling.

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Healthy Eating

Practical information on healthy eating, cookery, using produce from the gardens to produce healthy foods and budgeting skills.

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Mental Wellbeing

Gardening, relaxation, stress relief, holistic therapies, and creative crafts in a group setting, community involvement.

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Monthly Health & Wellbeing Plan


Click the button below to secure your free health and wellbeing plan. We update our activity plans each month, keep an eye out for more useful tips and techniques.


Helpful Resources

Discover lots of great tips, advice, support services and information on a range of topics focused on boosting your overall physical, mental and emotional wellbeing.

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Mental Health

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Healthy Eating

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Physical Health

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Wellbeing for Over 50's

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Garden Project
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Magharee Garden Project

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The Magharee House Garden, established in 1896, comprises raised fruit and vegetable beds, an orchard with apples, pears, plums and vines trees, shrubs, and various exotic plants.

The garden, which has been managed for over 100 years, had fallen into disrepair and is being carefully and sensitively reinstated with the assistance of The Conservation Volunteers.

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Learning New Skills

New skills are developed as the volunteer gardeners bring the gardens back to life with tidying, fertilising, planting, and harvesting.


On rainy days, time is spent creating window boxes filled with bulbs and decorative ferns, or on seasonal activities like preserving produce and creating natural crafts.

Prior experience is not required, only a willingness to participate, and new volunteers are encouraged to join in. To learn more about the initiative or to arrange a visit to the garden,

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Magharee House, 82 Thomas Street,
Portadown, BT62 3NU
+44 (0) 28 3839 2777

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