geology of the Ballymena Town commission area
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geology of the Ballymena Town commission area (to accompany the special Ballymena six-inch sheet) by Peter Inglett Manning

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Published by Geological survey of Northern Ireland in Belfast .
Written in English


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Title taken from cover.

Statementby P. I. Manning and R. A. Old.
ContributionsOld, R. A.
The Physical Object
Pagination27p. ;
Number of Pages27
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL20832973M

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the current Ballymena Area Local Plan, which was adopted in The Plan identiÞ es an Area of Townscape Character at Galgorm Road/ Old Galgorm Road. Ballymena Town Centre is recognised as an important retail, housing, ofÞ ce, general service, and tourism centre. It is expected that the Area Plan will allocate the Ballymena Borough. Much of the area lies within the Antrim Coast and the Glens Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Clough 9 miles north of Ballymena town in the northern part of the Borough is the crossroads village (six roads meet here) of Clough, a surprisingly busy little place set . Town Parks Gortfad Killycreen Moneydollog Correen Tullynewy Ballymacilroy Carclunty Whappstown Dernaveagh T uftarney Kildowney T ullynamullan Lisnahunshin Tully Aghavary Kernyhill Ticloy Kells Elginny Evishnablay Lisamurrikin Killyless Cloghogue Craigfad Dunminning Rathsherry Dunclug Dunaird Taylorstown Ballyclosh Bellee Mill Quarter Legnagooly. Ballymena is a former local government district with borough status in Northern was one of twenty-six districts created on 1 October and covered the town of Ballymena and the surrounding area which includes small towns including Broughshane, Cullybackey, Galgorm, Ahoghill and borough had an area of square miles ( km 2) and a population of 64, .

UK Map» Map of Northern Ireland» County Antrim County» Ballymena Town Map. Ballymena is located in County Antrim County, Mid and East Antrim, Northern Ireland, Northern Ireland, United Kingdom. Location informations of Ballymena Latitude of city of Ballymena is and longitude of city of Ballymena is Ballymena has 1. Ballymena, Irish An Baile Meánach, town, Mid and East Antrim district, Northern d in , it lies in the River Main valley 24 miles (40 km) northwest of the city of town is the market centre for the surrounding countryside and has been long known for its production of linens and woolens; more recently, synthetic fibres have also been manufactured there. Ballymena is a large market town in the middle of County Antrim, one of the most northern counties in Ireland. We're in the shadow of Slemish mountain. In this area our means of communication have changed radically since Saint Patrick's day, but the message remains the same. In recent years it has witnessed a population explosion - 28, people in - a growth of % since , and these are only the people who live within the town itself. The Borough of Ballymena, created in , saw the merging of the town with the surrounding rural area, covering an area .

I live in the town of ballymena in Northern Ireland, I’m Not really familiar with the ***** as i don’t think there is many up here, But alot of the guys go around with the attitude of a ****, looking to start fights around Ballymena. Our Towns a confusing Town, There are a whole lot of different groups who just fight each other over. Ballymena is located in: United Kingdom, Northern Ireland, Mid and East Antrim, Ballymena. Find detailed maps for United Kingdom, Northern Ireland, Mid and East Antrim, Ballymena on ViaMichelin, along with road traffic and weather information, the option to book accommodation and view information on MICHELIN restaurants and MICHELIN Green. Old Photos of Ballymena. 12K likes. View and share old photos of Ballymena, Northern Ireland email photos to [email protected] Local Plan status: Ballymena Area Plan , Larne Area Plan , Belfast Metropolitan Area Plan New Town designation: Designated: 31 July The entire rural area was designated, with ‘distinguished’ boundaries for Ballymena town and the four ‘key’ villages of Ahoghill, Broughshane, Culleybackey and Kells/Connor.