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

Take a look back at the good old days with our selection of photographs from the paper’s archive.

Friday, 2nd October 2020, 6:55 am
Braidside Primary School P3 pupils Erin Horner and Ben Marks present a cheque for £200 (proceeds of a sponosred non-uniform day at the school) to Frank Diamond of Children In Crossfire. Also included are fellow P3 pupils. BT11-107JC
Braidside Primary School P3 pupils Erin Horner and Ben Marks present a cheque for £200 (proceeds of a sponosred non-uniform day at the school) to Frank Diamond of Children In Crossfire. Also included are fellow P3 pupils. BT11-107JC

Take a look back at the good old days with our selection of photographs from the paper’s archive.

Here are some from 2007

More every week in the Ballymena Times.

Lynn McNutt of Barnardos, who visited Braidside Primary School Nursery to recieve a cheque for £272 which the pupils raised by taking part in the Barnardos "Get Moving" excercise project. BT10-102JC

If you have any old photographs that you would like to share with our readers, we would love to hear from you.

Do you have photographs from school? Maybe a sports team you played on? Or a special event that was a special memory?

We would love to see them. Send any old photographs, together with any details you have about the photo, to [email protected] and we will use as many as we can in the paper.

*Note: Some pictures may have been cropped for web publication purposes.

Mrs Ballentine’s P1 class at Broughshane Primary School are seen here with their teacher and Classroom Assistant Patricia Robinsosn. BT39-101JC

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Pupils from Broughshane and Braidside Primary Schools who planted Oak trees at Broushshane as part of a project with the Woddland Trust, which is sponsored by Tesco. Included are Roanna Balentine and Gregor Fulton of the Woodland Trust and staff from Tesco Ballymoney and Ballymena stores. BT24-127JC

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Rev Dean Bond of St Patrick’s Church of Ireland and Rev Alistair Beattie of 2nd Broughshane, who conducted the Harvest Service at Broughshane Primary School, are seen here with some of the P1 pupils who took part. Included are Luke, Ruth, Naomi, Ashleigh and Katie. BT45-112JC

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