Prog 30 Jan 2017



Mon 6 February 10.00 am East Antrim Artists Community Centre
6.00 pm Relaxation Station Healo @ Com Centre
6.00 pm Danceworx Nursery to P4 Main Hall
6.45 pm Danceworx P5 –P7 Main Hall
7.00 pm Whitehead Runners Community Centre
7.30 pm Danceworx P7+ – Seniors Main Hall
Tue 7 February Breast Screen Awareness Training Community Centre
10.30 am Yoga McGuigan Suite
6.30 pm Whitehead Eagles Community Centre
8.00pm Zumba Main Hall
Wed 8 February 200 pm Flower Arranging Community Centre
7.00pm Whitehead Runners Community Centre
7.30 pm Line Dancing Main Hall
Thu 9 February 12.45 – 3.15 Alzheimer’sSociety Community Centre
6.30 pm Healo – Stop Smoking Healo @ Community Centre
7.30pm Women’s Institute Community Centre
8.00 pm Cardio Box Main Hall
Fri 10 February 5.30 pm JuJitsu Main Hall
11.30 am – 3.30 pm Birthday Party Main Hall
Sat 11 February 11.00 am – 12.00 md Mindfulness Class Community Centre
Sun 12 February

Whitehead Northern Ireland



Whitehead is a pretty seaside village on the east coast of County Antrim, Northern Ireland and is fairly self sufficient in terms of businesses and services for daily needs, including shops, schools churches and recreation.

It lies almost midway between the bustling town of Carrickfergus with its mediaeval castle and historic harbour and the busy port of Larne. Located at the base of Muldersleigh Hill, at the entrance to Belfast Lough, on the Irish Sea, it lies in a small bay between the limestone cliffs of Whitehead and the black volcanic cliff of Blackhead, with the Blackhead lighthouse on top, marking the entrance to Belfast Lough.

A Victorian Railway village with a well preserved Conservation area, including the Railway Station, Whitehead contains about 1800 households with over 4,000 people and is home to RPSI and CAYC (Railway Preservation Society of Ireland and the County Antrim Yacht Club), as well as being the starting point for the popular seaside walk past Sunshine House and around Blackhead Lighthouse.

Whitehead is about 20 miles from Belfast. On the opposite coast of Belfast Lough, to Whitehead, the Copeland Islands, Bangor and part of the County Down coastline, are clearly visible. On a clear day, it is possible to see the Isle of Man and Scotland.

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