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2019 Northern Ireland Best Kept Awards take off

(2) Entries are now open for the 2019 Best Kept Awards, sponsored by George Best Belfast City Airport. The awards seek to find the best kept schools, towns and villages, and healthcare facilities across Northern Ireland. Launching the awards at the Tropical Ravine in Botanic Gardens, Belfast, from left, is from left, Michelle Hatfield, Director of Corporate Services at Belfast City Airport; Joe Mahon, Patron of the NI Amenity Council and Doreen Muskett MBE, President of the NI Amenity Council. For more information or to enter the awards please visit www.niacbestkept.com.

The search has begun for the best kept schools, towns and villages, and healthcare facilities across Northern Ireland, following the launch of the Best Kept Awards, supported by George Best Belfast City Airport. The awards now in their 62nd year, run by the Northern Ireland Amenity Council, aim to recognise the outstanding contribution from community…

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Northern Ireland’s best kept awards take off at Belfast City Airport

The 2018 Northern Ireland Best Kept Awards are officially open. Doreen Muskett MBE, President of the Northern Ireland Amenity Council, and Michelle Hatfield, Director of HR and Corporate Responsibility at title sponsor George Best Belfast City Airport, are joined by pupils from the airport’s Adopted Schools - St. Malachys Primary School and Seaview Primary School – to officially launch the search for the ‘Best Kept’ places across the country. It is the second year that the airport has sponsored the awards initiative, which aims to identify and celebrate Northern Ireland’s best looked-after towns, villages, schools, healthcare facilities, housing areas and individual community achievers, with 90 awards presented at three separate ceremonies throughout the year.

The 2018 Northern Ireland Best Kept Awards are officially open, as the Northern Ireland Amenity Council and title sponsor George Best Belfast City Airport launched the search for the ‘Best Kept’ places across the country. The awards seek to identify and highlight Northern Ireland’s best looked-after towns, villages, schools, healthcare facilities, housing areas and individual…

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