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Two communities within the Causeway Coast and Glens Borough have been successfully shortlisted to one of the three Northern Ireland Flagship finalists of the Grow Wild Flagship Programme.
The communities of Millburn and Ballysally submitted a joint project, ‘The Cornfield Project’, which aims to transform and develop the use of the Cornfield site into a nature area to the benefit of both communities.

The finalist to be selected as Grow Wild’s flagship project in Northern Ireland will be decided by a public vote which will take place from tomorrow 6th October until 1st November 2015 – with the winner awarded with £135,000 to implement their site plan.

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