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Head of Community Association speaks to Q Radio about Cornfield Re-Development plans.

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The head of Millburn Community Association, Mr Billy Ellis took a trip up to Ballymena today to speak to Q Radio about the proposed re-development plan for the cornfield that lies between the housing estates of Millburn and Ballysally.

The plans will begin with the initial re-development of the land between the two estates to make it available for community use.

The second phase of the project will be to develop “Activity Zones” consisting of Sensory Gardens, Children’s Allotments, an Outdoor Learning area and Willow Huts.

As well as what has been listed above, a Youth Area with WiFi access will be developed, as well as Bee Hives, a Wild Flower Meadow and Community Allotments.

Finally, the Outdoor Activity Centre will be created, including a play park, areas for sports, and possibly much more.

You can listen in to Mr Ellis giving a more detailed account of the plans below:

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