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A place for you and your pet...Pet & Country

FOUR LEGGED FRIENDS. Pictured are Ellie Beynon (left), Nutritional Advisor with Royal Canin, Helen with 'Oceane' and Joanna with 'Roxy' at the Fun Day on Saturday. Included are Denis and Alistair from Q Radio.INBM34-14 081SC.

FOUR LEGGED FRIENDS. Pictured are Ellie Beynon (left), Nutritional Advisor with Royal Canin, Helen with 'Oceane' and Joanna with 'Roxy' at the Fun Day on Saturday. Included are Denis and Alistair from Q Radio.INBM34-14 081SC.

Much more than a pet shop, this is the latest destination store in the North Coast.

Pet & Country is a place for you and your pet.

We have a fantastic range of gifts, home accessories and country wear for you. For your pet. We have exclusive pet beds, grooming products, clothes and wide range of pet food.

You will find all this and more inside our beautiful, rustic setting in Ballymoney town centre with free parking on site.

Come in and browse the range of brands including Groom Professional, Target Dry, Joules, Soap Story, Doggy Dolly, Lily’s Kitchen, Nutram, Royal Canin, Barking Heads and Natural Instinct.

Our knowledge staff will be more than happy to give you advice on grooming and pet nutrition.

Enjoy refreshments in our dedicated coffee area, opening early August.

We are open Monday to Saturday 8.30am to 5.30pm.

Pet & Country 4a Townhead Street, Ballymoney. The new flagship store for Christies Direct.

The official opening of Pet and Country was held on Saturday 16th August.

Speaking at the event, Cllr John Finlay said: “On behalf of the Mayor and on my own behalf I welcome this new enterprise to the town centre and congratulate Colin and Hilary-Anne. Your store offers a new range of products adding to the choice available in town and will attract new shoppers to our town.

“The Council is working with the Chamber and the Regeneration Company to enhance the town centre for residents, investors and visitors. It is pleasing that we have had a number of new entrants recently and premises brought back into active use.

“In the last couple of years we have secured a substantial financial injection of some £2.5M into the heart of the town to support the Townscape Heritage Project. This project provides funding to repair and restore up to 28 buildings within the town’s conservation area. In many cases this will bring buildings back into commercial use.

“Work has commenced to take forward the town masterplan adopted earlier in the year. A number of opportunities have been identified to be explored further. We want a competitive town that will capitalize on its strong geographical position, a stones throw from the world famous Causeway Coast and Glens of Antrim. We should benefit more than we do from the huge volume of visitors to this key tourism region of Northern Ireland and we have put some additional money into marketing activities.

“We want our town centre to evolve to provide a contemporary mix of uses to enhance the shopping experience and encourage a thriving economy. Unique businesses like we are here to celebrate today are a key part of what will contribute to our success. Colin, Hilary-Ann – very well done and every success.”

 
 
 

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