Great support for ‘Love Parks’ campaign

Kite flying was popular with these kids at the Love Parks event held in the Peoples Park Ballymena.
Kite flying was popular with these kids at the Love Parks event held in the Peoples Park Ballymena.

Over 2,500 people have engaged with Love Parks Week events in Ballymena and the wider Mid & East Antrim borough.

Events included Wild Survival Skills, Band Concerts, Kite Making, Pop Up Play, Bat Night, Shakespeare in the Park, Cook Your Catch and more.

Up, up and away! These children were among the many participants in the kite flying event held as part of the Love Parks Week events. Over 2,500 people engaged with Love Parks Weeks events from Saturday 14 to Sunday 22 August. Events included Wild Survival Skills, Band Concerts, Kite Making, Pop Up Play, Bat Night, Shakespeare in the Park, Cook Your Catch and more.

Up, up and away! These children were among the many participants in the kite flying event held as part of the Love Parks Week events. Over 2,500 people engaged with Love Parks Weeks events from Saturday 14 to Sunday 22 August. Events included Wild Survival Skills, Band Concerts, Kite Making, Pop Up Play, Bat Night, Shakespeare in the Park, Cook Your Catch and more.

(photographs kindly submitted).

Enjoying the Kite flying event at the People's Park in Ballymena during the recent Love Parks campaign programme of events in Mid and East  Antrim.

Enjoying the Kite flying event at the People's Park in Ballymena during the recent Love Parks campaign programme of events in Mid and East Antrim.

Lots of people turned out in Portglenone which was held as part of the recent Love Parks events in the borouh.

Lots of people turned out in Portglenone which was held as part of the recent Love Parks events in the borouh.

Over 2,500 people engaged with Love Parks Weeks events in the borough. Pictured here are some of the participants in a Wildlife Walk at Cullybackey. (pictures kindly submitted.

Over 2,500 people engaged with Love Parks Weeks events in the borough. Pictured here are some of the participants in a Wildlife Walk at Cullybackey. (pictures kindly submitted.