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From south to north! Ryan gets wheels in motion for £2,260 charity cycle

FROM the south to the north! Dedicated Bangor man Ryan Hubbard raised an impressive £2,260 for a local cancer charity when he got his fundraising wheels in motion. The keen cyclist, who bravely battled testicular cancer himself in 2007, got into gear for a charity 400 mile cycle from Ireland’s most southern tip of Ireland Mizen Head

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Bangor movie rises to dizzy screen heights

ONE OF Bangor’s most recognisable buildings is hitting the dizzy heights of cinemas across the world – and earning rave reviews in the process. Last year Hollywood’s hottest came to town to film High-Rise, a star-studded thriller featuring A-listers Tom Hiddleston, Jeremy Irons and Sienna Miller. Based in the disused Bangor Castle Leisure Centre, an easily recognisable


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Sunnyside wins Best Kept award

SUNNYSIDE House, Bangor has been named Best Kept Residential Facility in the South Eastern region at this year’s Open+Direct Insurance Best Kept Health and Social Care Facility Awards. The awards, which are run by the Northern Ireland Amenity Council, recognise the staff and residents of day-care, residential and healthcare facilities who showcased their dedication and





Bangor 10K victory for NDAC

LAST Saturday (226th) nearly 600 runners gathered in Castle Park, Bangor, to run the annual Bangor Aurora 10k, organised in partnership with North Down Athletic Club. There were a host of local athletics clubs represented including Willowfield Harriers, Ballydrain Harriers, Annadale Striders and Orangegrove AC. As the runners set off through Castle Park and down