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  • Council’s excellent golf courses are open for business – the whole year round: Mayor

    Posted on Monday 25th July 2016

    ​Mid and East Antrim Borough’s citizens and the thousands of visitors attending this week’s Northern Ireland Open are being urged to make use of the excellent golfing facilities within the Borough.

    Council’s excellent golf courses are open for business – the whole year round: Mayor image

  • Live Here Love Here small grants scheme on offer

    Posted on Monday 25th July 2016

    Councillor Audrey Wales MBE, Mayor of Mid and East Antrim Borough and Live Here Love Here’s Nicola Fitzsimons are shown here calling for local groups to apply to the Live Here Love Here Small Grants Scheme, funding from £500 to £5,000 is available to bring their own environmental and community project to life.

    Live Here Love Here small grants scheme on offer image

  • Success at Green Flag Awards as Council collects three more for Borough

    Posted on Friday 22nd July 2016

    Mid and East Antrim Borough Council is celebrating success after collecting three more coveted Green Flag Awards for its high environmental standards and excellence in recreational green areas, bringing the total number of Green Flag accredited spaces in the Borough to seven.

    Success at Green Flag Awards as Council collects three more for Borough image

  • Mayor welcomes Alzheimer’s carers and those living with dementia to her Parlour

    Posted on Friday 22nd July 2016

    An active group of people living with dementia – as well as their carers – have been welcomed as special guests to the Mayor’s Parlour.

    Mayor welcomes Alzheimer’s carers and those living with dementia to her Parlour image

  • Carrickfergus Museum re-explores virtual 17th century town

    Posted on Friday 22nd July 2016

    ​The call has gone out for everyone – young people and older ones - to discover ‘Chichester’s Carrickfergus’ in a virtual exploration of the historic 17th century town.

    Carrickfergus Museum re-explores virtual 17th century town image

  • Council opens consultation on promoting alfresco ‘café culture’

    Posted on Thursday 21st July 2016

    ​The Mayor of Mid and East Antrim Borough, Councillor Audrey Wales MBE, enjoys some café culture at Sozo, North Street, Carrickfergus with the restaurant’s Darren Stewart and Owen Fulton from the Council’s Environmental Health Department, (right) as fee proposal consultations for Pavement Café Licences opens.

    Council opens consultation on promoting alfresco ‘café culture’ image

  • Borough celebrates biodiversity with free summer school

    Posted on Wednesday 20th July 2016

    Mid and East Antrim Borough Council will be hosting three weeks of Biodiversity Summer Schools to inspire and galvanize Borough residents to discover more about the incredible species and habitats on their doorstep.

    Borough celebrates biodiversity with free summer school image

  • Borough Mayor welcomes road racing hero to Parlour

    Posted on Tuesday 19th July 2016

    ​One of Mid and East Antrim Borough’s many sporting heroes, road-racing champion, Alastair Seeley has been officially recognised for his record-breaking achievements.

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  • Council gets warmed-up for SuperCupNI Kick-Off

    Posted on Monday 18th July 2016

    Mid and East Antrim Borough Council is getting warmed-up to host the annual SuperCupNI Tournament, formerly known as the Milk Cup, which kicks off on 21 July.

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  • Mayor condemns Bastille Day atrocity in Nice

    Posted on Friday 15th July 2016

    ​The Mayor of Mid and East Antrim Borough, Councillor Audrey Wales MBE, (pictured) has extended her deepest sympathies to the families of the victims of the Bastille Day atrocity in Nice and has also wished those injured a speedy recovery.

    Mayor condemns Bastille Day atrocity in Nice image

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