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Celebrate our frontline workers

Put Monday 5 July in your diary and join us as we celebrate those frontline workers.

Date: 28/04/2021 View More

Council helps Residents with Health Conditions, get MORE Active!

Thanks to £12k funding from Sport Northern Ireland and Northern Healthy Lifestyles Partnership, Antrim and Newtownabbey Borough Council has expanded its online offering of leisure classes to help residents with specific health conditions. The Physical Activity Referral Scheme (PARS) targets those with weight problems as well as pulmonary, cardiac and other health conditions. 

Date: 28/04/2021 View More

Exciting Summer Events bringing our Towns back to life

It’s exciting to be getting out and about this summer and we are all looking forward to a wide range of exiting events, meeting up with family and friends and enjoying all of the things that we all once took for granted.

Date: 28/04/2021 View More

Council seeks direct powers to transform towns and villages

Following a motion which was proposed by Councillor Glen Finlay and seconded by Councillor Stephen Ross, and Councillor Roisin Lynch, the Council will seek additional powers and resources to regenerate towns and villages, part of its ‘Back In Business’ campaign.

Date: 28/04/2021 View More

Northern Ireland Centenary Commemorative Programme launched.

A diverse, innovative and inclusive Northern Ireland Centenary commemorative programme was launched today by the Mayor of Antrim and Newtownabbey Councillor Jim Montgomery.

Date: 26/04/2021 View More

We are ready for MORE LEISURE…are you?

Following the recent easing of restrictions announced by the Northern Ireland Executive, Antrim and Newtownabbey Borough Council has confirmed the reopening of fitness suites and swimming pools within its leisure centres from Friday 30th April.

Date: 23/04/2021 View More

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