Living Sculptures Installed

Wednesday 14th April 2021

Five ‘living sculptures’ have been installed in Ards and North Down, giving residents in the Borough an opportunity to consider and celebrate our local history and culture.

Living sculpture made of grass and plants in the shape of a brent goose stands in Comber Square.

Easter Message from the Mayor

Thursday 1st April 2021

As we approach Easter weekend which is traditionally a time for friends and families to get together, can I ask you all to please, stay local, stay apart and stay safe.

Mayor of Ards and North Down standing in front of a raised flower bed.

Lectern at Ballyhalbert War Memorial Commemorates WWII Polish Airmen

Tuesday 30th March 2021

Ards and North Down Borough Council has installed a lectern near the Ballyhalbert War Memorial to commemorate the Polish airmen and others who gave their lives for our freedom during World War II.

Mayor Trevor Cummings at Ballyhalbert Lectern

Extra Bin Capacity to be Provided in Borough Hot Spots

Tuesday 30th March 2021

Extra bin capacity will be provided in high-footfall locations throughout Ards and North Down in April and will be in place through to the end of August…

Seasonal litter bins will be installed at key locations

Council Leads Crackdown on Dog Fouling and Other Offences

Monday 29th March 2021

Ards and North Down Borough Council issued the highest number of fouling fines in Northern Ireland (170) while 430 litter fines were issued during the same period – the second-highest in Northern Ireland.

Council leaks crackdown on dog fouling

Council Announces Ambitious Plans for Whitespots Country Park

Monday 29th March 2021

Ards and North Down Borough Council has confirmed that ambitious plans are being progressed for an exciting redevelopment of Whitespots Country Park, near Newtownards.

Ambitious plans for Whitespots Country Park