The Borough’s New Beach Clean Boards are Pick of the Litter!

Friday 19th April 2019

Ards and North Down Borough Council is in the process of introducing new Beach Clean Boards across the Borough thanks to the Recycling Community Investment Fund (RCIF).

Ards and North Down Borough Council's Athena Bennett (Community Safety Officer) and Stephen Addy (Head of Regulatory Services) with litter pickers (L-R) William Addy, Amy Stevenson, Katie Stevenson, Max Addy and Anna Stevenson. Photo: A Ewart Photography

Ards and North Down Businesses and Schools Blaze a Trail on Recycling

Friday 19th April 2019

A brand new recycling scheme has been launched to over 1000 local businesses and schools that use Ards and North Down Borough Council’s trade waste management service.

Pictured are Council officers who have been overwhelmed by the way in which local traders and schools have responded to the move towards a fully comprehensive kerbside recycling system

‘Of Movement’ Opens at Ards Arts Centre

Monday 15th April 2019

Ards Arts Centre is delighted to launch a new exhibition by Drydan Wilson. The solo exhibition entitled ‘Of Movement’ is inspired by the Richard Serra work Verb List and the idea of movements being the medium through which artworks can be created.

Ards Arts Centre

Plan Your Summer with the new Arts and Heritage Guide

Monday 15th April 2019

The Summer edition of Ards and North Down Borough Council’s Arts and Heritage Guide has launched. Covering May to August, it is filled with information about events, exhibitions, arts festivals and more!

Arts and Heritage Guide

Cross-Community Primary School Visit to WW1 Battlefields

Friday 12th April 2019

West Winds and St. Finian’s primary schools in Newtownards both held special assembly services in April that were attended by the Mayor of Ards and North Down, Councillor Richard Smart.

Mayor of Ards and North Down at West Winds Primary School

Millisle Primary School’s Year 2 Students Manage School Recycling Programme

Friday 12th April 2019

Recycling Officers from Ards and North Down Borough Council visited Millisle Primary School on Thursday 11 April to support students with their recycling efforts.