In April, the UK Government announced a funding package of up to £17million to maintain a number of ‘critical routes’ – of which Larne to Cairnryan was one – during the Coronavirus emergency.

North Channel Partnership to meet virtually as campaign for major roads upgrade continues

The next meeting of the North Channel Partnership will see Mid and East Antrim Borough Council (MEABC) and Dumfries and Galloway Council share their...
You can watch the video now on our social channels, and we’d love you to share your feedback with the message, ‘We are all Mid and East Antrim’.

Businesses inspiring hope with stories of survival say ‘We are all Mid and East...

The true Mid and East Antrim spirit of community has been captured on the big screen as part of a major marketing campaign aimed...
Mid and East Antrim Borough Council announces reopening of fitness suites and Classes from Friday 11 September.

Fitness back on the agenda as Council Gyms and Classes resume

Mid and East Antrim Borough Council is delighted to announce the reopening of its fitness suites and Classes from Friday 11 September. The services will...
The Antrim Coast Half Marathon will be streamed via BBC and on www.antrimcoasthalfmarathon.com

Residents urged to cheer on Sir Mo from home as he takes on Antrim...

Four-time Olympic Gold medallist Sir Mo Farah is hoping to set a new record along the breathtaking Mid and East Antrim coastline when he...

Red Ensign raised for Merchant Navy Day

Mid and East Antrim Borough Council today marked national Merchant Navy Day in honour of the men and women who provided essential supplies to the...
​The Mayor of Mid and East Antrim, Councillor Peter Johnston, welcomes visitors to the reopened Gobbins Coastal Path

Mayor welcomes visitors as Gobbins Coastal Path reopens

The Mayor of Mid and East Antrim, Councillor Peter Johnston joined with and welcomed visitors to the reopened Gobbins Coastal Path on Tuesday morning,...
The Mayor of Mid and East Antrim pictured with Kathryn Campbell from the Department for Communities.

The Mayor of Mid and East Antrim pictured with Kathryn Campbell from the Department...

Eligible businesses in the town centres and large villages are now able to apply for grants from £500 up to £2,000 through the Covid-19...
This Programme is funded by the Department for Communities (DfC) and the Department of Agriculture, Environment and Rural Affairs (DAERA), as part of an NI wide response to Covid-19 which was announced in late July.

​​Town centre grant scheme launching soon to help businesses with Covid-19 recovery

Businesses in our town centres and villages will soon be able to apply for grants of up to £2,000 through the Covid-19 Revitalisation Recovery...

Brighter Whitehead mark 25 years of keeping area blooming

Established in 1995, Brighter Whitehead is celebrating 25 years of voluntary service this year. With some of their 25-year anniversary plans put on hold due...

Planners give green light to Larne hotel plans

The future regeneration of Larne’s tourism and hospitality industry has been given a major boost after planners approved proposals for a new boutique hotel in...

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