Ballymena – a town in Northern Ireland, County Antrim

Ballymena – a small town in Northern Ireland, just North of Belfast, which was the birthplace of the famous author J.K. Rowling. She later lived in a cottage near by and wrote her first book there called “Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone”.

In the early 80’s, Ballymena in Northern Ireland, was plagued by train accidents.

In the late 90’s, a new company was introduced to help improve the situation. They called themselves Ballymena Accident Prevention Systems (BAPS).

The Ballymena town is situated in Northern Ireland, on the border with County Antrim. The name “Ballymena” was first recorded in the Domesday Book in 1086.

According to the town’s website, Ballymena is one of Northern Ireland’s biggest towns and has a population of over 69,000 people today. It has a number of famous landmarks like Rock Of Cashel – which is 3 miles long and 1 mile wide -, Craigavon Bridge and an historic castle built by William Wallace, who was a legendary Scottish fighter against the Normans. The town also has a number of places where you can enjoy some local specialities such as village market or Ballymena Golf Club. One thing that makes it different from other towns in Northern Ireland.

Ballymena, a town near Belfast, is the location of one of Northern Ireland’s rural areas. In February 2017, Fingal County Council announced that it was carrying out a project on regenerating Ballymena and surrounding area. This includes the creation of a tourism strategy for the area.

The regeneration project will provide employment opportunities and will create more homes in the area. It will also help to improve local infrastructure including transport and water supplies.

Ballymena is one of the most populated towns in Northern Ireland and the second largest town in County Antrim. It was founded by Scots settlers in the eighteenth century, but it is now part of Northern Ireland. The town was named after an old Irish name – Beannmhuín – and its population has always been small, with a population less than 20,000 people.

Nowadays Ballymena hosts a lot of industrial units such as large printing presses, paint factories and petrochemical plants, small businesses such as car dealerships and service stations etc. The large manufacturing industry has contributed to the development of a small town which became popular among tourists looking for something different.

With a population of just over 50,000 people, Ballymena is a pretty small town. It’s not big enough to be called a city but its distinct lack of famous landmarks and diverse culture makes it stand out from the rest (along with other towns nearby) – the town has one major landmark: The Menai Bridge, which links its main road with the main road from Bangor to Londonderry.

In the last few decades, Belfast has emerged as a city of innovation. It is home to many of the leading companies in Northern Ireland such as IBM and Facebook. There are now some 800,000 people working in these companies every day.

Ballymena is a town in Northern Ireland that is home to the headquarters of some of these top companies and their employees. The town itself is known for its highly developed transport system including passenger trains, trams and buses that connect major destinations within Ballymena with each other and with Belfast City Centre. The chief dockyard that lines up access to Belfast City Centre has been for over 100 years being done by Ballymena Shipyards Ltd.. It also houses one of Northern Ireland’s largest employers owning: Shorts Marine Services (SMS), International