Tree Damage in Castle Park

Fallen tree

Tree population must be maintained

Such a shame to see such damage to the tree population of Castle Park following the recent storm.

In order that future generations are able to enjoy the park as we have, Council must engage in an ambitious replacement programme.


Arts Night At The North Down Museum

Friday, 29 March 2019 from 18:00-21:00

Experience art at North Down Museum!

The historic museum building will be filled with art for everyone to enjoy. Try clay work, painting, print-making and lots more. Take the opportunity to watch artists at work, get stuck in or just sit back, relax and enjoy the music!
This free event is fun for all the family.

Bangor Ladies Choir with Peter Corry


Bangor Ladies Choir will hold their annual concert in Bangor Elim Complex at 7:30 pm on Saturday 11 May. Tickets are £20 and are available from :-
Bangor Visitor Information Centre 02891270069,
Ards Visitor Information Centre 02891826846.
Bangor Elim Complex www.ticketsource.co.uk/bangorelimcomplex
Box Office 03336663366
or from any choir member.

The choirs guest this year is the excellent local artist Peter Corry and Band. We were luck enough to hear Peter Corry preforming the role of Inspector Javert in the West End production of “Les Miserables”, he was excellent. We can expect a similarly marvellous performance from both Peter and the Choir.

Book Your Tickets Online Here

Bangor Ladies Choir

Peter Corry

Jews and World War 2

Superb exhibition running in North Down Museum highlighting how Northern Ireland was a place of refuge for those fleeing from Nazi Germany.

The accompanying leaflet states :- “During the war, members of the Belfast Hebrew Congregation, now known as the Belfast Jewish Community, answered the call to defend our freedoms and many of their powerful testimonies are relived in the exhibition. “

It is a superb and for us unusual exhibition which is well worth a visit. Certainly bring the children along in order that the effects of tyranny are not forgotten through the generations.

Runs Tuesday 8 January to Sunday 3 February.

Bangor Hospital

Bangor hospital is inadequate for a town this size. Even it’s car park is not fit for purpose.

There was a campaign a few years ago asking it be replaced.

At the time two of our MLA’s had a role in the health remit at Stormont. They were found lacking.

Perhaps it’s time to revisit the provision of a hospital in Bangor, we deserve it.

Graffiti in Bangor

Shameful increase in graffiti around the town.

It seems Council can’t keep up with the very expensive task of removal.

Nonetheless it is a task that must be treated with urgency.