Welcome to Cullybackey Community Partnership (CCP)

Cullybackey Gold Winner of Large Village of the Year 2019 Britain in Bloom

Cullybackey Community Partnership (CCP) was formed in September 2016 . The key activities of CCP are the management of the Maine Business Centre, social/community activities such as festivals, health projects, environmental and training. The key aim of CCP is to make Cullybackey a better place.

 

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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PSNI Ballymena: Reluctantly the Police Service will assume new powers to protect the health of our community as together we battle COVID-19 so please #StayHomeSaveLives. If you fail to follow the NI Executive regulations, the Police will as a last resort use enforcement to ensure social distancing in order to protect your health and the health of others. Use common sense and follow the NI Direct advice which can be found here:

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Coronavirus Self-Employment Income Support scheme

For self-employed workers, Chancellor Rishi Sunak has announced the following this afternoon:

Self-employed people will be able to apply for a taxable grant to cover 80% of average monthly profits over the last three years.

Support will be capped at Β£2,500 per month, available to those with a trading profit of less than Β£50,000 last year.

More than half of a claimant's income needs to come from self-employment, and they must have a tax return for last year.

The scheme will initially cover three months, backdated to March, and be paid as a lump sum in June.

Learn more about the support scheme at:

businesssupport.gov.uk/self-employment-income-support-scheme/
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For the very latest #Coronavirus advice, please follow the guidance from the UK Government: bit.ly/2wWU9Wq and Public Health Agency: bit.ly/2WgKzbv
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We've pulled together a list of the support available for Northern Ireland businesses that are affected by the Coronavirus crisis

Download the PDF here - https://bit.ly/2vQCyiF
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Well done Cullybackey College.Beth and Aaron visited Tobar Fold on behalf of the College. Visit the website for more information. https://cullybackeycollege.org.uk/kk-tobar-fold/ ... See MoreSee Less

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82a Main Street
Cullybackey
Ballymena
Co Antrim
BT42 1BW

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