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Calling all Singers: Council launches The Forget-Me-Notes

Antrim and Newtownabbey Borough Council recognises the power of music and the arts, particularly for those living with dementia where music can stimulate emotions and memories and build relationships with carers. To support the most vulnerable in our Borough the Council in partnership with Live Music Now, has launched The Forget-Me-Notes; a brand-new singing group specifically tailored to older people and people living with dementia.

Date: 14/02/2023 View More

New ‘Movement for your Mind’ Class Available at Council Leisure Centres

Antrim and Newtownabbey Borough Council are now offering exercise for mental health sessions at three of the Council’s leisure centres.

Date: 14/02/2023 View More

Council’s Recruitment Drive for Community Facilities Staff

On the lookout for a new part-time role with flexibility? Antrim and Newtownabbey Borough Council are currently recruiting for Community Facility Operatives to work across our range of Community Facilities.

Date: 13/02/2023 View More

Council plants Centenary Time Capsules across the Borough

Fast forward to the future and imagine opening a time capsule filled with memories from first century Northern Ireland? History has been captured in a number of Centenary Time Capsules which were buried in Randalstown, Ballyclare, Antrim and Glengormley.

Date: 13/02/2023 View More

Free Employment Academies for Antrim and Newtownabbey Youth

Would you like to boost your career prospects? If you are currently not in employment then you could benefit from one of the six new skills and employability academies that have been launched by Antrim and Newtownabbey Labour Market Partnership (LMP).

Date: 13/02/2023 View More

Council maintains track record of lowest rates increases in Northern Ireland

Antrim and Newtownabbey Borough Council has agreed to apply a modest increase of 4.9% to the district rates.

Date: 13/02/2023 View More