Council praise MEA United’s stadia funding goal
Work to draw down £25million in government funding for the development of football stadia across the Mid and East Antrim Borough Council (MEABC) area has moved forward with the establishment of an Elected Member Forum.
Council’s Leisure Centre gyms available from this weekend as part of phased reopening
Mid and East Antrim's leisure centre gyms will reopen to the public from this Saturday.
Take control of your fitness this Autumn!
If you’re looking for some fun ways to work on your fitness in these challenging times, Mid and East Antrim Borough Council have designed a programme of Autumn Outdoor Classes for you to enjoy!
Cullbackey MUGA project officially unveiled
The new state-of-the-art Multi Use Games Area (MUGA) in Cullybackey is officially finished and ready for use.
Tens of thousands beat a path to restored Blackhead walk
Figures released by Mid and East Antrim Borough Council reveal tens of thousands of local walkers enjoying recently restored Blackhead Path
Plans for Gobbins extension “continuing apace” despite pandemic, says Council
Plans to extend The Gobbins are “continuing apace” despite the Coronavirus pandemic, according to Mid and East Antrim Borough Council
Mayor praises football teams as Premiership kicks off
The Mayor of Mid and East Antrim has congratulated local football clubs on their efforts to ensure a safe start to the new Danske Bank Premiership season.
Council takes action to tackle Covid spread and protect public finances
Mid and East Antrim Borough Council has announced changes to a number of its services as Northern Ireland enters into a four-week period of tighter restrictions aimed at curbing the spread of Covid-19.
Leisure centres to close in Council move to protect health and ratepayers' money
Mid and East Antrim's three leisure centres are to shut for a four-week period following the Northern Ireland Executive's tightening of Covid-19 restrictions.
Get ready to make a splash as Pools reopen
Mid and East Antrim Borough Council is delighted to announce the reopening of our swimming pools on Monday, 5 October.
‘Help us protect our play facilities’ – Mayor renews appeal over vandalism
The Mayor of Mid and East Antrim, Councillor Peter Johnston, has renewed his appeal for the public to work with Council and the PSNI to tackle ‘mindless vandalism’ across the borough.
Art Deco cinema takes on new life as artisan shopping hub in Whitehead
An Art Deco cinema in the seaside town of Whitehead has been transformed into a new artisan retail location as part of a radical revamp of the town’s Community Centre.
Sir Mo touches down in Mid and East Antrim ahead of Antrim Coast Half Marathon record bid
Four-time Olympic champion runner Sir Mo Farah says he is ‘really excited’ to take in the stunning Mid and East Antrim coastline when he gears up for tomorrow’s Antrim Coast Half Marathon.
Mayor hails local ‘Eat Out to Help Out’ success
Almost a quarter of a million meals were claimed in Mid and East Antrim as part of the recent ‘Eat Out, to Help Out’ scheme.
Local football clubs urge Stormont department to release vital stadia funding
Three local Irish Premiership football teams have called on the Department for Communities to urgently progress stadia funding in Mid and East Antrim, and right across Northern Ireland.
Fitness back on the agenda as Council Gyms and Classes resume
Mid and East Antrim Borough Council is delighted to announce the reopening of its fitness suites and Classes from Friday 11 September.
Mayor welcomes visitors as Gobbins Coastal Path reopens
The Mayor of Mid and East Antrim, Councillor Peter Johnston joined with and welcomed visitors to the reopened Gobbins Coastal Path on Tuesday morning, 01 September.
Borough’s big three submit their vision to transform football in Mid and East Antrim
allymena United, Larne FC and Carrick Rangers have laid out their blueprint for the successful future of football in Mid and East Antrim – both on and off the pitch.
Councillors unanimously agree to phased reopening of Mid and East Antrim leisure facilities
Elected Members have voted unanimously to reopen a number of leisure centre services in Mid and East Antrim.