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One hundred businesses from across Mid Ulster have given their views this week on the issues affecting them, in a series of events to help inform the region’s future economic development priorities.
To make sure we are addressing the local needs of our residents we need to know what matters most to you. Please click on the link and fill in the survey. All responses will be confidential and will be used to inform the development of the community plan.
Businesses across Mid Ulster are being invited to talk about the issues affecting them in a series of events to inform the region's future economic development priorities.
Cookstown District Council and Cookstown Town Centre Forum have been ‘Highly Commended’ by the Association of Town & City Management (ATCM) at the National Partnership Awards in Dundee for the significant impact they have made through the delivery of a number of key regeneration projects in Cookstown Town Centre.
We've just released our fantastic new Leisure Centre Programme from September through to December 2014. There's something for all the family to enjoy this season. Download a copy from the link below.
The Mid Ulster District Council is inviting businesses from Cookstown, Dungannon & South Tyrone and Magherafelt areas to have their say with regard to a new two year (2014-2016) Economic Development Plan being prepared for the region.
A scheme of emergency financial assistance has been launched by the Department of Environment NI. Householders who suffer severe inconvenience as a result of heavy rainfall may be eligible for a payment.
Quarry operators are reminding members of the public about the dangers of swimming in quarry lakes. They are asked to “Stay Safe and Stay Out” and not to ignore the warning signs and fencing designed to protect them from potential risks in both active and disused quarry sites.Information regarding the safety around quarries.
Thousands of shoppers descended on Cookstown Town Centre on Saturday 21 June 2014 to pick up some of the first special offers available in various stores as part of Cookstown Retail Week.
To celebrate Community relations week 2014 in Cookstown this year, Cookstown District Council Good relations office and NI libraries organised a Short drama called ‘Baggage’ performed by South West College performing arts students. The audience took part in an interactive drumming session with ‘Gathering drums’ exploring cultures from across the world.
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Leisure Centre Programme
Sept - Dec 2014
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Continental Market Video Watch here
Bin Collection Calendar
Cookstown Business Directory
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