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

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

Friday, 19th March 2021, 7:45 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.

Here’s a selection from 2006-2007.

Chairman of the International Rugby Board and Chairman of Rugby World Cup Syd Millar, who gave a talk to pupils at the Diamond Primary School, Ahoghill. Included is Mr Millar’s granddaughter Hannah and the school’s sports Coaches Mrs Jayne Stewart and Mrs Karen Corry. BT50-111JC

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.

Ten to fourteen-year-olds who took part in a drama workshop at St Joseph's Primary School Ahoghill on Saturday are seen here with drama tutor John Williams. The event was organised by the Victoria College of Music & Drama. BT46-135JC

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Hazelle Craig of St Joseph's Primary School, Ahoghill winner of the Radio Cracker award, receives her prize from Niamh-Anne (P&O Marketing Assistant) and Maureen Allen (Treasurer, Radio Cracker) as looking on are committee members Sandra McKay and Harold Crooks. BT26-272AC

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Lazzerella D'Allera, who has been a Language Assistant as part of the Italian Commenius Project at Fourtowns Primary School Ahoghill for the past eight months, is seen here with P1 pupils as they prepare for last week's farewell 'Italian Afternoon' which was held to mark the end of her stay. BT22-123JC

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Committee members of St. Josepeh's Primary School (Ahoghill), Stepping Stones Playgroup pictured at their Spring Ball held in the Adair Arms Hotel. From left: Ashely McCandless, Chairperson, Siobhan McCann, Ann Lyttle and Clodagh Elliott. BT11-601JM.
Mrs. Annie Millar, Manager of Ballymena Credit Union pictured with teams from Glenravel and Buick Memorial Primary Schools who were runners-up in the Credit Union School's Quiz. From left, back row (Glenravel) Declan McAfee, James McClintock, Eimear Higgins, Catherine Gould. Seated from left) Harry McIlroy, Charles Orr, Daniel Bestle and Meggan Rea. Bt5-012JM.
Louise Merrigan of Ballymena Credit Union is seen here with pupils from Glenravel Primary School who were winners in the Schools Saving Scheme draw, an initiative which they introduced to encourage pupils to save on a regular basis. Our picture shows Louise with Anita McKeown, Ryan Forde and Jack Galloway. BT46-101JC
Glenravel Primary School P1 pupils with teacher Mrs Hynds and Classroom Assistant Mrs Gallagher. BT39-129JC
Pupils from Ballykeel Primary School brave the inclement weather to plant bulbs at Ballykeel 1 as part of the local Community Association's environmental campaign, which is sponored by Firmus Energy. Included are Ballykeel Community Associaition chairperson Patrica McNeill, Neil Holland of Firmus Energy, Ballykeel Primary School principal Mrs Sheeran and workers from BEAT (N.I. Ltd) who did the preparatioin work. BT48-108JC
Leah, Zara, Madison, Roxanne, Karlene, Nichola and Nicola wait to go on the catwalk at Ballykeel Primary School's Fashion Show. BT44-041JM.
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
Pupils from Ballykeel Primary School pictured with Doreen Pomsel and Helen Tomb from the Conservation Volunteers Northern Ireland who conducted a workshop at their school. BT43-005JM.
Ballymena Mayor Ald James Alexander, Deputy Mayor Cllr Maurice Mills fellow councillors and special guests are seen here with pupils from Ballykeel Primary School at last week?s official opening of the new Multi Use Games Area at Ballykeel. Included are Cllr Martin Clarke, Cllr Hubert Nicholl, Cllr Davy Tweed, Ballymena Borough Council Leisure Services Officer Bernie Candlish, Architect Barney Graham of the NWA Partnership, Contractor Tony Patterson, Mary Hamilton of the Department of Social Development, who funded the project, Joe Thompson and members of Ballykeel FC and Community Sports Development Officer Terry Boyd. BT13-105JC
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