Mayor of Antrim and Newtownabbey, Alderman John Smyth, recently congratulated Teresa Murray, owner of Linen and Latte, Portland Avenue, Glengormley and her son, Matthew Murray, chef at Linen and Latte, on being the first business in Glengormley to be awarded a ‘Taste of Ulster’ Plaque by Food NI. #tastethegreatness
Theatre at The Mill was awash with glitz and glamour last night as Antrim and Newtownabbey Borough Council hosted the 2019 Antrim and Newtownabbey Sports Awards. Hosted by broadcaster, video journalist and sports presenter, Denise Watson, this prestigious sporting event celebrates the success, commitment and dedication from the athletes and sports representatives within the Borough.
Antrim and Newtownabbey Borough Council is planning to provide over 70 new allotments in the coming months.
Pupils at Jordanstown School recently played a vital role in helping Rotary Club Newtownabbey and Antrim and Newtownabbey Borough Council raise awareness of the need to eradicate polio.
To launch the Council’s VE Day 75 commemorations, a special Veterans’ Recognition reception was held at the Museum at The Mill at Mossley Mill on Thursday 7 November.
Breaking into new markets can be tricky; particularly if you’re a small producer running your own business, responsible for everything from making to marketing and everything in between. GROW’s Roots to Craft cooperation project aims to support local rural craft businesses to improve their skills and look at the potential of export and at the end of October, five Antrim and Newtownabbey crafters stepped outside their comfort zone to gain a totally different perspective on their products and how they can develop them, by visiting the Kurzeme region of western Latvia.
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