This PACT Streetbrief is just one of a number of opportunities that the Safer Neighbourhood Team in your area will provide, on an ongoing basis, for you to voice your concerns.
The streetbrief will be held at Spar Car park, Moyle Road on Thursday, October 6 at 1pm to 2.30pm. For more information, contact your Neighbourhood team at: Ballycastle PSNI: 0845 600 8000.
Get new skills?
CAUSEWAY Womens Aid are now taking registrations for courses in September in Ballycastle to help improve reading, writing and ICT skills with creche facillities provided.
Are you finding it hard to fill in forms, helping your child with homework, reading instructions, managing finances, using the internet, finding a job? Don’t worry, becuase help is at hand! If you are interested contact Anne Marrie at Causeway Womens aid on 028 7035 6573 or 07403 444196.
THE chemist on roat duty this Sunday in Ballycastle is Castle Pharmacy, 39 Castle Street, who will be on duty from 12noon to 1pm for urgent prescriptions.
Ballymoney’s Mayor and Mayoress Councillor Ian Stevenson and Mrs Marian Stevenson, will host a coffee morning to raise funds for Cancer Relief on Friday, September 30th in the McKinley Room, Riada House.
Everyone is welcome to attend any time between 10.00am – 11.30am.
The Mayor and Mayoress are holding the Coffee Morning to join in Macmillan Cancer Relief’s World’s Biggest Coffee Morning fundraising effort.
The Mayor explained: “This is a very good cause and one that I want to give support to. I would like to invite everyone to come along and join us in a cup of coffee to raise money for those in our community living with cancer.”
For further information please contact the Mayor’s Office, Riada House on 2766 0237.
Craft bus trip
BALLINTOY Young at Heart Club have organised a bus trip to a creative craft show in the King’s Hall, Belfast on Thursday, October 13.
The bus leaves Ballintoy at 9am and anyone interested in going is asked to contact Margaret Reid on 028 207 62420 as tickets have to be booked.
The cost is £10 including bus trip and entry fee. Everyone welcome.
THE annual coffee morning organised by Armoy woman, Margaret McCaughan, is taking place on Saturday, October 1 at St. Olcan’s Parish Centre in the village.
This annual event has raised thousands for Macmillan Cancer Care and Margaret is always grateful for the marvellous support she gets from the community.
In addition to having the opportunity to meet in pleasant surroundings, visitors can also purchase home made produce.
The event runs from 10.30 a.m. until noon and Margaret and her willing band of volunteers are hoping for a good turn out.