Banbridge is a glorious town into the rolling mountains associated with the County Down country. On the River Bann Banbridge created as a market city the outlying hinterland.The town centre relies around a main street (actually 2 roads - Bridge and Newry) in the middle which is 'the slice'. Neighborhood legend causes it to be initial (trafficked) flyover bridge inA: irelandB: UkC: EuropeD: World(take your choose, none of it is true-maybe)the city is populated with about 500 people and has at least 6 shops, which a minumum of one sells foodstuffs.Whilst gays and non-caucasians are tolerated within the town a majority of these communities leave the city every October for the 'Burn all of them in a hole in a field' fesitval. At this event the local folk gather together and commemorate the practices of these dads and fore-fathers who did not understand the concept of the phrase tolerance and regularly dug holes in industries and burned the dismembered carcasses of elvish folk whilst chanting and drinking.A wide range of people live in Banbridge, from normal visitors to the psychologically lacking 'spides' whom like to do circuits of this town inside 'souped up' shitty cars with neon, human body kits, darkened house windows and huge exhausts.
A memorial in Church Square commemorates the Franklin expedition to the discovery of the North-West Passage, and in particular Captain Francis Crozier, who was born at Banbridge in 1796 and served on the expedition.