BALNAMORE Community Association would like to thank everyone who attended the charity coffee morning.
The event, which was held in aid of The Causeway Downs Syndrome Group, raised an amazing £460.
Neighbourhood Policing Officers in Moyle will be holding PACT (Partners and Communities Together) Street Surgeries at the following locations: Tully Crescent, Cushendall on Tuesday (31st July) from 1:30pm - 2:30pm; Main Street, Cushendun, on 2nd August from 10.30am to 11.30am.
Members of the public are invited to attend these events, meet local neighbourhood officers and raise any issues in relation to community safety, crime, disorder or other matters that police should be aware of.
For more information, or if you would like to discuss any policing issues please contact your neighbourhood team, Constables Mark Crawford and Aaron Coyle, on 08456008000.
Due to unforeseen circumstances, Ballymoney Borough Arts Committee has had to cancel the final talk in its summer programme of local history talks by S Alex Blair.
This was due to have taken place on Tuesday 7 August and the topic was to have been K K McArthur.
The committee apologises for this change to the programme but plans to hold the talk later in the year.
A sponsored walk will be held on Saturday (4 August) in aid of CLIC Sargent.
It will run from Portrush to Portstewart along the coast road.
Meet at Lansdowne car park at 11am.
The event has been organised by relatives of Chloe Richmond, 5, from Ballymoney, who has bravely battled with Leukaemia.
Contact Sonia Craig on 07934340687 for more details.
BALLINTOY & District Community Development Association invites you to attend a Fun Day in St Joseph’s Hall and adjacent field on Saturday (4th August).
Events include: 10am Car Boot Sale; 11.30am Fancy Dress Parade-Assemble at Carrick a rede Hotel Car Park for parade to Hall; noon onwards Children’s Fun Day; 1pm Football Kickabout; 2pm Horseshoe Throwing Competition - 1st Place Prize; 3.30 Children’s Magic Show Finale; Bouncy Castles; Face Painters; Balloon Modelling; BBQ; Ice-cream; Tea & Coffee available all day. A small charge will apply.
Recycle old phones
Do you have any old mobile phones you no longer use? If so then why not request a freepost envelope from Meningitis Research Foundation (MRF) and recycle your old phone for charity.
Please contact the Belfast Office for an envelope or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Please help us in our fight against meningitis and septicaemia.