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Isobel Costine is the latest recipient of Causeway Coast and Glens Borough Council’s centenary civic gift.
She received the bespoke coin from the Mayor, Councillor Richard Holmes, on her 100 birthday on Friday 30th July at Brookhill House in Coleraine where staff had arranged an outdoor celebration.
The presentation is part of Council’s NI 100 programme of events, which will take place throughout 2021 to commemorate Northern Ireland’s 100th anniversary.
New Good Relations schools resource explores history, identity, democracy and equality
A new post-primary schools’ resource is now available from Causeway Coast and Glens Borough Council’s Good Relations team as part of its programme to encourage youth participation in building a shared and cohesive society.
The material examines history, identity, democracy and equality, and has been updated this year to reflect the wide range of political opinion that exists locally.
Three centenarians receive special civic gift from Causeway Coast and Glens Borough Council
Presentations have been made to the first recipients of Causeway Coast and Glens Borough Council’s centenary civic gift.
The bespoke commemorative coin, which feature Causeway Coast and Glens Borough Council’s Coat of Arms on one side with ‘NI 100’ branding on the reverse, will be presented to all residents of the Borough who celebrate their 100th birthday in 2021, Northern Ireland’s centenary year.
A civic gift has been presented to three more centenarians by the Mayor of Causeway Coast and Glens Borough Council as part of its NI 100 programme.
Alderman Mark Fielding visited Sarah Wilson in Coleraine, Margaret Mitchel in Aghadowey and Christina McMullan in Garvagh on Monday 26th April to deliver the bespoke commemorative coins.