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, 12th March 2021, 8:13 am

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

More every week in the Ballymena Times.

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

Julie Carson (NIE safety officer), pictured with pupils from St. Louis and St. Mary's Primary Schools, where she gave a talk on electricity safety. Included are Gabrielle Kelly and Liam Corey. BT49-223AC

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.

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The St. Louis PS football team who finished runner up in the Ballymena and District Primary Schools Football Association senior cup. Included are Jerry Sexton (coach), Martin Kearney (Principal St. Marys PS), Tommy Wright (Ballymena United manager) and Liam Corey (St. Louis PS Principal). BT19-214AC

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Pupils from All Saints Primary School who entertained staff and residents of Pinewood Residential Home. BT52-022JM.

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Pupils from All Saints Primary School who received sports awards at last week's prizegiving day at the school, are seen here with principal Miss Susan Moloney. BT25-112JC

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All Saints PS primary 3 Choral Group who received a second place finish at the recent Ballymena Festival. BT10-207AC
Home Start’s Virginia Davis and Moira Walsh who presented book markers to pupils at Ballykeel Primary School Nursery as part of their celebration of Parents Week. Included is teachers Mrs Coulter. BT43-103JC
Chris Norman, who is a guide at Exploris Aquarium in Portaferry, gave a talk to P7 pupils at Ballykeel Primary School and brought along a selection of sea creatures for them to examine. BT38-108JC
Ballymena Central library branch manager Doreen Moorland and teachers Mr Murray and Mrs nevin with pupils from Ballykeel Primary School who attended a Beatrice Potter workshop in the library. BT3-003JM
Pupils from Ballykeel and St Louis Primary Schools who attended and Ulster Scots day in Ballymena Library are seen here with Jim Millar of the Ulster Scots Agency, Ronnie Barnes, Amanda Robinson and James Christie of the Ulster Scots Experience. The day was part of a week dedicated to Ulster Scots literature, music and storytelling across the province. BT22-108JC
Pupils who attended the Dunclug Primary School Valentine's Disco in the school Assembly Hall. BT8-105JC
Deputy Mayor Alderman PJ McEvoy who was among the guests who attended last week’s Harvest Service at Dunclug Primary School, is seen here with fellow guests and members of the school’s board of governors. Included are Mrs Wilson (Dunclug College principal), Rev Jamison (Ballymena Methodist Church), Mr Tom Montgomery, Mr Denis McClelland, Mrs Loraine Woods, Rev Mc Corriston (Ballyloughan Presbyterian Church), Colum Best (Dunclug District Partnership), principal Mr Colin Torrens and some of the pupils who took part. BT44-106JC
Dunclug Primary School choir who entertained fellow pupils and visitors to the school’s Harvest Service. Included is their choir mistress Miss Claire Anderson. BT44-105JC
Primary 1 pupils from Dunclug PS having fun on the merry go round in the school playground. BT37-209AC
Josh Doran and Leon Devlin on the bouncy castle at the Dunclug Primary School Summer Fair. BT25-125JC
Deputy Mayor Alderman PJ McEvoy who was among the guests who attended last week’s Harvest Service at Dunclug Primary School, is seen here with fellow guests and members of the school’s board of governors. Included are Mrs Wilson (Dunclug College principal), Rev Jamison (Ballymena Methodist Church), Mr Tom Montgomery, Mr Denis McClelland, Mrs Loraine Woods, Rev Mc Corriston (Ballyloughan Presbyterian Church), Colum Best (Dunclug District Partnership), principal Mr Colin Torrens and some of the pupils who took part. BT44-106JC