Carrickfergus Borough Council - Services

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Services.

Below can be found a list of alphabetically listed Council services. More details about each servcies can be accessed by clicking on the services link which you are interested in.

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Carrickfergus in Bloom

Carrickfergus Borough Council developed the ‘Carrickfergus in Bloom’ initiative to brighten up the Borough, and as a result, each summer it is enlivened by hundreds of hanging baskets, bedding displays, shrub beds and trees that help make the town a brighter place for its citizens and visitors. For further information, please contact: 028 9335 8039 More details

Cemeteries

Carrickfergus Borough Council is responsible for the running and maintenance of Victoria Cemetery and North Road Cemetery. For further information, please contact: 028 9335 8024 More details

Community Centres

Carrickfergus Borough Council has direct responsibility for the maitenance and programme development for five Community Centres. For further information, please contact: 028 9335 8040 More details

Corporate Plan

The cornerstone of Carrickfergus Council is the delivery of public services. This is encapsulated within the Council's Mission Statement contained within its' Corporate Plan. For further information, please contact: 028 9335 8003 More details

Council Minutes

Council Minutes for all Standing Committees of Council are available for public inspection once adopted by Council. For further information, please contact: 028 9335 8000 More details

Countryside Access

The Council is fully committed to meeting its obligations under the Access to the Countryside (Northern Ireland) Order 1983, By which District Councils in Northern Ireland have a duty: "to assert, protect and keep open and free from obstruction or encroachment any public right of way, and compile and preserve maps and other records of public rights of way in their district". For further information, please contact: 028 9335 8039 More details

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