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Public Notice: Culture, Arts & Heritage Strategy

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Causeway Coast and Glens Borough Council is currently consulting on a new Integrated Culture, Arts and Heritage Strategy 2016-21 and Action Plan 2016-19 and would welcome your views.

If you are interested in contributing to the development of the strategy, there are a number of consultation sessions taking place across the Borough over the next few weeks as follows:

  • Wednesday 9 September            7-10pm                 Mayor’s Parlour, Sheskburn House, BALLYCASTLE
  • Tuesday 15 September                 2-5pm                   CCGBC Office, Cloonavin, COLERAINE
  • Tuesday 15 September                 7-10pm                 Roe Valley Arts & Cultural Centre, LIMAVADY
  • Thursday 17 September                2-5pm                   Ballymoney Town Hall, BALLYMONEY

For further information or to book a place at any of these workshops, please contact Helen McNeill [email protected]  or telephone 028 2076 2225

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