IN PICTURES: Take a look through the Ballymena Times’ archive

Thursday, 9th April 2020, 9:43 am
Students of St Louis Grammar whose Bags n' Rags Company won Best Overall award and Best Overall Display award at the Young Enterprise Exhibition. Included is the Mayor, Cllr James Currie (left) and John Stuart, St Louis principal (centre). 
2000
Students of St Louis Grammar whose Bags n' Rags Company won Best Overall award and Best Overall Display award at the Young Enterprise Exhibition. Included is the Mayor, Cllr James Currie (left) and John Stuart, St Louis principal (centre). 2000
Dunclug College teacher Mrs Loughlin with pupils - Danielle, Louise, Deborah and Stephanie in the Home Economics Department of the school during the Transfer Evening. 2000
Dessie Hamilton, who is on the shortlist for Lollipop Person of the Year, with some pupils from Braidside Primary School. 2000
Students of St Louis Grammar whose Bags n' Rags Company won Best Overall award and Best Overall Display award at the Young Enterprise Exhibition. Included is the Mayor, Cllr James Currie (left) and John Stuart, St Louis principal (centre). 2000
Dunclug College teacher Mrs Loughlin with pupils - Danielle, Louise, Deborah and Stephanie in the Home Economics Department of the school during the Transfer Evening. 2000
Dunclug College pupils Alistair and John chat to prospective pupils in the Geography Department during the Transfer Evening. 2000
Visitors to Dunclug College Transfer Evening try out instruments in the music room. 2000
Visitors to Dunclug College Transfer Evening try out instruments in the music room. 2000