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Indoor Bowls

altThe St Patrick’s and St Brigid’s Indoor Bowls Club has been in existence for over thirty years. The club members, whose season runs from mid-September to the end of March,have their practice nights on Tuesday and Thursday of each week.  Club members meet in the McAlister Hall, adjacent to St Patrick’s & St Brigid’s church, from which the club takes its name.

Moyle Gateway Youth and Friends

Moyle Gateway Youth and Friends was set up approximately five years ago in Ballycastle to meet the needs of young people with special needs and learning difficulties, living throughout the Moyle area.  The group has always aimed to enrich the lives of these young people, giving them the opportunity to take part in a variety of activities – arts and crafts, drama, music and dance, day trips and outings.

Ballycastle and District Gateway for Seniors
Ballycastle and District Gateway (for Seniors) has been in existence for over 35 years.  It provides a social network for men and women of the Moyle area, with learning difficulties.  The group meets on the first and third Wednesday of every month from September – June at the Rathmoyle Resource Centre in Ballycastle.  For further information about this group, contact Josie McCarry – 2076 3178.
Sure Start

SureStart began in Ballycastle in 2004 to help give parents and their families the best possible start in life. SureStart is a national programme designed to provide better co-ordinated support for families and children.  It is interested in quality care and play for a holistic development of our children. Who is it for? What can it offer?

1st Antrim Scouts Group Ballycastle

The 1st Antrim Scout Group has been present in Ballycastle since 1929.  The Scouting Group’s long and proud history first commenced under the banner of the Catholic Boy Scouts of Ireland. 

Various scouting groups in Ireland have recently amalgamated (January 2004) and scouting in Ballycastle is now under the direction of Scouting Ireland.
1st Antrim Scouts Group has retained it’s Christian ethos and strong affiliation with the parish of Ramoan.  Today 1st Antrim is a co-educational Christian group.


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