The much-anticipated redevelopment of Queen’s Parade is currently programmed to begin in Summer 2024, with work on site starting in the area currently used as the Marine Gardens’ car park.
Ards and North Down Borough Council has unveiled the 2024 Ards International Guitar Festival programme, which will take place in Newtownards from 17 – 21 April. The festival, now in its 28th year boasts an array of guitar-centric events, including gigs, free fringe activities and an exhibition.
Ards and North Down Borough Council’s Labour Market Partnership (LMP) will host a Disability Employment and Support Day in Bangor’s Signal Centre on 28 February.
National Nest Box Week encourages members of the public to support local bird populations by setting up nest boxes in their own gardens: find out more!
A unique initiative between Ards and North Down Borough Council and South Eastern Regional College (SERC), is set to equip sports students with valuable experience needed for the industry whilst they gain their qualifications.
The Mayor of Ards and North Down, Councillor Jennifer Gilmour, officially opened Dementia NI’s unique art exhibition at Ards Art Centre last week. The Real Lives: The Art Of Living With Dementia exhibition is free to visit and runs until 24 February. It explores what it is like living with dementia in Northern Ireland while challenging widespread stigma about the condition…