Thursday 5th May will not only be a day where you might vote (or maybe not) for the new members of the Assembly at Stormont but it might also be the day where you can participate in the Waste No Time Project!
Outside a number of polling stations in the Causeway Coast and Glens Council area, a pop-up café and street performance will be taking place, so stop by either before or after voting have a cup of tea and coffee and share a story about what matters to you and what you care about in your area.
Stranocum – Bushvalley PS Polling Station @4.30 pm
Bushmills – Bushmills Community Centre Polling Station @6.00 pm
Dervock – William Pinkerton Memorial School Polling Station @7.30 pm
The aim of the Waste no Time project is to listen to people and their families in our one-year-old Council area to find out what matters to them and to ask them to imagine the relationship they would like to have with their new Council that would make a difference to their lives.
Over the last month, the project has been out and about across the new Council area with a short outdoor performance and a pop-up café for people to come and chat to us about what matters to them in their communities, what they are proud of, and their bright ideas for what their new Council should be doing that could make a positive difference to their lives.
You’ll see us outside shops, pubs, local schools, car-boot sales, churches, workplaces, clubs and all sorts of places so do stop and talk to us and get involved!
We will be at Vineyard Car Boot Sale and Ballymoney Old Vehicle Club Annual Show & Family Fun Day on Saturday 7th May!
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