Starting a new food business or taking over an existing business? You must register with the Council at least 28 days before opening. Register online now.
The Mayor of Ards and North Down, Alderman Bill Keery, has announced the charities that he will be supporting during his term of office…
The Comber Earlies Food Festival takes place in Comber on Saturday 29 June and features artisan food as well as interactive cookery demos with TV celebrity chef James Tanner plus lots more!
Eco-warrior students visited Bangor Aurora to celebrate their achievements and receive their certificates for completing the Council led ‘Eco Champs’ play clubs.
A shocking video showing a young woman with bleeding gums, swollen lips and sore teeth is a stark reminder of the dangers of illegal tooth whitening products and services.
New litter picking packs produced thanks to savings made from the recycling efforts of local residents and businesses through Ards and North Down Borough Council’s Recycling Community Investment Fund (RCIF) have already been used by more than 500 volunteers since they were introduced at the start of April!
Ards and North Down Borough Council is proactively working to create awareness around blind safety in an effort to prevent accidental deaths from blind cords.