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£710k funding for Templepatrick, Doagh and Burnside

Over £710k has been secured for the regeneration of Templepatrick, Doagh and Burnside under the Covid Recovery Small Settlements Regeneration Programme.

Date: 05/04/2022 View More

Keeping Our Towns Safe

The Council has agreed to offer a 75% grant to local businesses in Town Centres, which expressed an interest in installing new CCTV to protect their premises.

Date: 04/04/2022 View More

Employment Skills Boost for Local Residents

The Council has agreed to extend a number of programmes that will help local residents gain the skills needed to access some of the employment opportunities on offer with local employers.

Date: 04/04/2022 View More

Toptracer Tees Off at Ballyearl Arts and Leisure Centre

The Mayor of Antrim and Newtownabbey, Councillor Billy Webb was joined by golfing enthusiast, Cool FM’s Pete Snodden, to officially launch Toptracer at Ballyearl Driving Range in Newtownabbey.  Toptracer, adds a whole new dimension to the driving range experience at Ballyearl. 

Date: 30/03/2022 View More

The countdown to the Clockwork Garden commences!

The Mayor of Antrim and Newtownabbey, Councillor Billy Webb, has officially cut the turf to mark the start of work on the Clockwork Garden at Antrim Castle Gardens.

Date: 29/03/2022 View More

Work is Underway at Ballyclare Greenway

Ballyclare residents will soon enjoy walking, running and cycling along new and upgraded shared use path as part of the Ballyclare Greenway

Date: 25/03/2022 View More