The Council has received additional funding of £95,558.21, from the Department for Communities (DfC) under the Covid-19 Food and Essential Supplies Transition Fund to assist the transition from emergency food support to the implementation of a more viable way to address food poverty insecurity.
A special rededication of Ballyduff Community Centre to Northern Ireland Centenary Centre Ballyduff took place yesterday.
Two local Community Groups have received funding from the Council’s Small Grants Programme.
Shoppers visiting Antrim and Ballyclare will be able to save a little more this Christmas with free car parking now available in both towns up to 31 December 2021.
Crumlin Integrated Primary School and Templepatrick Action Community Association have both been successful in their application for funding from the Live Here Love Here Rural Community Pollinator Grant Scheme.
Antrim and Newtownabbey Policing Community Safety Partnership (PCSP) and local group HYPE (Helping Young People every Day) have launched a new campaign, Heads Up ‘Health Education on Alcohol Drugs & Substances’, to address drugs and substance misuse amongst young people throughout the Antrim and Newtownabbey Borough.
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