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Good Relations Week 2018

18 September 2018

Good Relations Week 2018 is taking place from Monday 17 September to Sunday 23 September and to celebrate, Antrim and Newtownabbey Borough Council through local organisations have planned a range of events to get involved in.  

The theme for this year is “Then, Now… Next?” and is focused on how the past can shape the future of Northern Ireland.

Mayor of Antrim and Newtownabbey, Councillor Paul Michael commented, “Good Relations Week is a great opportunity for residents to get involved in the positive community relations that are taking place within the Borough. This is a chance to meet and engage with others and celebrate our diversity. I would encourage residents to get behind these events and take advantage of all that Good Relations Week has to offer.”

For more information on any of the events running in the Borough during the week, contact Kathy Wolff (Community Relations Forum) T. 028 9084 9314.  

Date

Time

Location

Event

Monday 17 September 2018

7pm – 9pm

The Barron Hall

230 Antrim Road

Newtownabbey

BT36 7QX

Our Borough: Past, Now and Future

Speed Dating with Local Councillors, MLA’s and Statutory Bodies

 

 

Thursday 20 September 2018

11am – 1pm

The Barron Hall

230 Antrim Road

Newtownabbey

BT36 7QX

Friends from Afar – CafĂ© Culture and Hate Crime Card Launch

An opportunity for people to come together and launch the ‘Hate Crime Card Scheme’ (PSNI and ANBC)

 

Friday 21 September 2018

7.30pm – 11pm

The Barron Hall

230 Antrim Road

Newtownabbey

BT36 7QX

Come On, On In

Join an evening of music, song and a bite to eat. A great opportunity to meet the neighbours.

 

Saturday 22 September 2018

2pm – 4:30pm

Eyre Studio

Antrim Castle Gardens Randalstown Road Antrim  

BT41 4LH

Diversity Through Ability

An accessible and cultural inclusive event for all ages. Launch of Inclusive Play zone and much more.

 

For a full list of Good Relations Week Events, visit www.goodrelationsweek.com

Good Relations Week is co-ordinated by the Community Relations Council in conjunction with The Executive Office and the Department for Communities.