Cullybackey Community Partnership (CCP)

HELP IS AT HAND

Cullybackey Community Partnership at this difficult time are keen to reach out and help in any way we can.  If you have any issues or simply need to find out what help is available, please give us a call on 07866408092 and we will try to help.

Other key organisations include the following:-

MEAAP – 028 2565 8604
Good Morning Ballymena – 02825640720

 

 

Company Reg. No. NI054012 and Charity Commission for Northern Ireland Registration Number NIC100066

Community Projects

CCP organise a wide range of activities including: Festivals; Health Projects; School Projects; Youth Activities and Hobby Classes.

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Environmental Projects

CCP take pride in helping to keep Cullybackey looking good. Over precious years funding has been sourced to update and improve the area. Due to this and the work of volunteers Cullybackey has now gained various awards including Best Large Village in the Ulster in Bloom competition.

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Business Project

CCP manage the Maine Business Centre which was set up in 2000 as a social enterprise. The Business Centre comprises of eight offices, two retail and three workshops. Profits are put back into the Cullybackey area.

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Cullybackey Community Partnership

EPIC Awards - National Awards Winner Ireland - Care for Creation

Last Thursday evening (22nd October) during the EPIC Awards ceremony it was announced that the Care for Creation team won the National Award for Ireland. Care for Creation is a unique, large scale, inter-faith, public art project, devised and delivered by Ballymena Church Members Forum, in Northern Ireland. The project was a celebration of our natural world, aiming to highlight environmental concerns and how people can all work together to “Care for Creation”. The churches involved were High Kirk Presbyterian, St Patricks & St Columba’s Church of Ireland, Ballymena, Ballymena Methodist, West Church Presbyterian, Gracehill Moravian Church and our very own Craigs Parish Church. Further details about the project can be found by clicking the link below.
https://www.voluntaryarts.org/epic-awards-care-for-creation

Congratulations to all those who took part from Craigs Parish Church as well as all who were involved as part of the Ballymena Church Members Forum. Why not view our nomination video.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S2CF-jk4B3g&list=PLSYasqg5ysb6g8gnc3hJ6mR2TAlJEUksz&index=5

The picture below shows the artwork designed by the group from Craigs Parish Church and artist Lucy Craig.
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Local Cullybackey canoeist, who is very knowledgeable at canoeing, showing how dangerous the River Maine can be this time of year.

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The trees along the River Maine just in front of the Cuningham Memorial Presbyterian Church showing signs of Autumn. ... See MoreSee Less

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82a Main Street
Cullybackey
Ballymena
Co Antrim
BT42 1BW

Tel: +44 2825882281 Email: cullybackey@nacn.org