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A delegation of Cookstown District Council, local businesses and community representatives will visit Stormont on Monday 2nd March to raise their concerns with Ministers about the delay in the delivery of the Northern Ireland Community Safety College at Desertcreat, Cookstown
From 1 January 2015 changes to the law means that micro-chipping will be the only method of identification of Dogs. The Coloured Licence Tags which you have normally received with your Dog Licence will no longer be issued.
Over 100 business representatives from the Cookstown District and further afield attended a large Seminar entitled “Digital Marketing - Uncovered” held at the Burnavon Theatre, Cookstown on Wednesday 19 November 2014.
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.
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.
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.
Cookstown has now established itself in ‘market folklore’ as the best (Continental Market) event in quite a few years and certainly the best short event in Northern Ireland”. That’s the view of Allan Hartwell, Managing Director of Market Place Europe Ltd!
Bin Collection Calendar
New Leisure Programme
New Food Labelling Regulations
Join the evolve FITNESS gym
Continental Market Video Watch here
Cookstown Business Directory
Report a Litterbug
NO MICROCHIP NO LICENCE