Deputy Mayor congratulates Queen's Birthday Honours recipients
Deputy Mayor of Mid and East Antrim, Councillor Matthew Armstrong, has congratulated all those from within the local community who were recognised in Her Majesty, The Queen’s Birthday Honours.
Alderman Tommy Nicholl MBE ‘honoured and humbled’ with award
Bannside Councillor, Alderman Tommy Nicholl MBE, has thanked the people of the area for their loyalty and support during his 40-year career in local government, after he was presented with a prestigious award from outgoing Mayor of Mid and East Antrim, Councillor Peter Johnston.
Fun and laughter at Carnfunnock Country Park
Outgoing Mayor of Mid and East Antrim Borough Council, Councillor Peter Johnston, recently welcomed the Mae Murray Foundation to Carnfunnock Country Park to enjoy a session of fun and activity. The Mae Murray Foundation aims to allow people of all ages and abilities to take part in activities, experience the world and enjoy friendship together in an inclusive environment. Councillor Johnston sai
Autism Friendly Mid and East Antrim is ready to welcome you this summer!
Leisure facilities and visitor attractions owned and operated by Mid and East Antrim Borough Council have gone ‘above and beyond’ to create accessible and ‘autism friendly’ environments – and that’s official!
Help shape the future of marine tourism in Mid and East Antrim
Mid and East Antrim Borough Council wants to hear your views on how the potential of our Borough’s stunning coastline and inland waterways can be capitalised on through future tourism planning.
Council's Union Connectivity Group welcomes calls for Air Tax Consultation
Mid and East Antrim Borough Council’s Union Connectivity Review Working Group has welcomed calls for the reform of Air Passenger Duty (APD).
Summer of fun on the horizon in Mid and East Antrim!
There’s a summer of fun on the horizon in Mid and East Antrim, as bookings are now open for a packed programme of sport, games and activities as part of the MEActive Summer Camps!
Mum shares story to help others during Child Safety Week 2021
A nationwide campaign to raise awareness of child safety is being supported again this year by Mid and East Antrim Borough Council.
New Mayor and Deputy Mayor for Mid and East Antrim
DUP Councillor William McCaughey has taken over the chain of office at Mid and East Antrim Borough Council after being elected as Mayor at Council’s Annual General Meeting on Monday evening.TUV Councillor Matthew Armstrong takes over the position of Deputy Mayor.Councillor McCaughey replaces outgoing Mayor, Councillor Peter Johnston whilst the reins of Deputy Mayor were handed over by Councillor A
The politician and the pandemic - looking back at my year as Mayor of Mid and East Antrim
Looking back over the last 12 months, it has been, without a doubt, a devastating year for so many people across Mid and East Antrim.So many families have lost loved ones and, sadly, 221 people from our Borough have died with COVID-19 since the beginning of the pandemic.The impacts of this unprecedented health emergency have been far reaching – from those families who were unable to visit their re
New lease of life across Mid and East Antrim as multimillion pound programme wraps up
The Village Renewal Programme has seen play parks, community hubs, halls, outdoor spaces, gardens and much more, created, renovated and brought to life for future generations to enjoy.