Ballymena Academy Old Pupils’ Association. are holding an evening of music on Saturday, February 10, in celebration of 50 years of music at the school’s Galgorm Road site. Tickets are now on sale to the public and can bought at the school office or by emailing email@example.com
Rev. Nathan Decker, an American pastor, will be speaking on “Living Wisely in a Digital Age” at 7.45pm on Wednesday, January 24, in the Covenant Protestant Reformed Church (CPRC). 83 Clarence Street, Ballymena.
Volunteers are being sought to help transform an overgrown walled garden in County Antrim into a thriving horticultural and environmental centre that will supply fresh vegetables to the local community.
Autism NI Patron, Stephen Clements is calling on local businesses, schools and communities to support the forthcoming World Autism Awareness Month this April and get behind the charity’s new campaign - ‘Making Sense of Autism’.
Two Ballymena Fiddle Players will be among a host of local musicians performing on ‘Burns an’ Mair’ which will be televised on BBC-Two NI at 9pm on Thursday, January 25, the anniversary of the birth of Robert Burns.
St Killian’s Young Scientists triumph for third year at BT Exhibition
St Killian’s Garron Tower have, for the second time in three years, won the Matrix Award for the best school from Northern Ireland in the BT Young Scientist Exhibition which was held at the weekend in the RDS in Dublin.
Recent Open Nights at Ballymena Academy enabled prospective pupils and their parents to experience a wide range of curricular and co-curricular activities, talk with teachers and current pupils and watch new school videos which are now available on the school website.
This Spring will see the return of the UK’s muddiest fundraising event for little ones – Peppa Pig’s Muddy Puddle Walk for Save the Children and Ballymena nurseries, early years groups, families and children are being encouraged to take part between April 23-29.