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  • ​Flag hoisting to say ‘thank you seafarers’ on Merchant Navy Day

    Posted on Wednesday 2nd September 2015

    On Merchant Navy Day, 3 September, Mid and East Antrim Borough Council will host, in conjunction with the Port of Larne and P&O Ferries, a ‘Fly the Red Ensign’ Ceremony at the Port of Larne at 10am. Members of the public are welcome to attend.

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  • Gobbins’ funders ‘very pleased’

    Posted on Tuesday 1st September 2015

    ​Mid and East Antrim Borough Council has showcased The Gobbins Cliff Path for officials from the Special European Union’s Programmes Body (SEUPB) who co-funded the project.

    The Council displayed Northern Ireland’s most exciting and newly reimagined tourism attraction to the dignitaries who financially supported the project under the EU Interreg IVA Progamme.

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  • Staff thanked for contribution to Communities in Bloom

    Posted on Tuesday 1st September 2015

    Mid and East Antrim Borough Council staff who worked alongside local volunteers to help ensure two villages were really blooming this month have been praised.

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  • Partnership approach for Mid and East Antrim PCSP

    Posted on Tuesday 1st September 2015

    ​Mid and East Antrim Policing and Community Safety Partnership (PCSP) held its inaugural meeting last night in Ardeevin, Ballymena.

    Alderman Gregg McKeen said that he was delighted to serve as the first Chairman of the new Mid and East Antrim PCSP.

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  • Wartime exhibition to highlight historic recruitment posters

    Posted on Tuesday 1st September 2015

    ​‘Answer the Call’, a free exhibition covering the First World War period with some 40 posters encouraging enlistment as well as others backing ‘home front’ activities, is coming to Mid and East Antrim Borough.

    Featuring original posters, it will open on 10th September in the Council’s Mid-Antrim Museum.

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  • TestTown Carrickfergus is welcomed by Mid and East Antrim Borough Mayor

    Posted on Friday 28th August 2015

    ​The final preparations are taking place for an innovative business ideas’ project to get underway. The TestTown Carrickfergus pop-up shop at 2 Joymount between 27th - 31st August will provide a unique trading space and grant to help teams develop their ideas and help breathe new life back into town centres at the same time.

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  • Blackberries galore at Hedgerow Harvest event

    Posted on Thursday 27th August 2015

    Mid and East Antrim Borough Council is staging its own version of a ‘hedge school’ in Carrickfergus.

    The ‘Hedgerow Harvest’ event aims to celebrate the humble blackberry and takes place at Eden Allotment Gardens, Carrickfergus, on Sunday 13th September from 2pm-3.30pm.

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  • August Bank Holiday Opening Hours

    Posted on Thursday 27th August 2015

    ​Holiday arrangements for Mid and East Antrim Council Facilities (31st August 2015)

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  • ‘Friends of Bashfordsland Wood & Oakfield Glen’ volunteers sought

    Posted on Wednesday 26th August 2015

    ​A call has gone out across Mid and East Antrim for volunteers keen to conserve and protect local woodland assets.

    With the additional benefits of getting outdoors in the fresh air, learning new skills and meeting new, like-minded people, the Mid and East Antrim Borough Volunteer Programme has just opened.

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  • Mayor condemns arson at Carrickfergus Marine Gardens

    Posted on Tuesday 25th August 2015

    The Mayor of Mid and East Antrim Borough, Councillor Billy Ashe has condemned an apparent arson attack on a children’s play area in Carrickfergus.

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