Question: Are there singles in Carrickfergus and Ballymena?

Is Ballymena Catholic or Protestant?

Ballymena is described by some observers as being at the heart of Northern Irelands equivalent of the Bible Belt. It has a large Protestant majority.

Is Carrickfergus Catholic or Protestant?

Carrickfergus has always been a predominantly Protestant town. The Catholic percentage of the population has fallen below 7 per cent and, if some local loyalists have their way, it could soon be a town without any Catholics. The campaign is being waged by members of the South East Antrim UDA.

Is Carrick and Carrickfergus the same place?

Carrickfergus – or simply Carrick – is a large town in County Antrim, Northern Ireland. It is located 11 miles north-east of the Northern Irish capital of Belfast, and has a population of some 27,000+ people.

What is the population of Ballymena?

Census 2011Ballymena LGDNorthern IrelandTotal Population (2020)67,4101,895,510Children (0-15 years)13,636395,816Young Working Age (16-39 years)19,232571,756Older Working Age (40-64 years)21,912607,9894 more rows

Is Portadown Catholic or Protestant?

Portadown is a predominantly Protestant town and ancestral home of the Orange Order.

Is Armagh Catholic or Protestant?

Armagh was the seat of St. Patrick, and the Catholic Church continues to be his see. County Armagh is presently one of four counties of Northern Ireland to have a majority of the population from a Catholic background, according to the 2011 census.

Is Carrickfergus a nice place to live?

Carrickfergus, Royal Mail stated, scored highly on work-life balance and affordability. “This new study demonstrates the breadth of market towns providing attractive places for people across the UK to live and work in. It is also a wonderful town with a vibrant population and attracts many visitors.”

Is Carrickfergus Safe?

Carrickfergus is the safest medium-sized town in Antrim, and is among the top 20 safest overall out of Antrims 33 towns, villages, and cities.

Is Ballymena safe?

Ballymena is the most dangerous medium-sized town in Antrim, and is the second most dangerous overall out of Antrims 33 towns, villages, and cities. The overall crime rate in Ballymena in 2020 was 84 crimes per 1,000 people.

Is Craigavon Protestant or Catholic?

List of districts in Northern Ireland by religion or religion brought up inDistrictCatholicProtestant and other ChristianAntrim and Newtownabbey29.7%61.1%Armagh, Banbridge and Craigavon43.0%51.7%Belfast48.8%42.5%Causeway Coast and Glens40.2%54.8%7 more rows

What percentage of Armagh is Catholic?

In the Belfast City Council and Derry and Strabane District Council areas, the figures at ward level vary from 95% Protestant to 99% Catholic .List of districts in Northern Ireland by religion or religion brought up in.DistrictArmagh, Banbridge and CraigavonCatholic43.0%Protestant and other Christian51.7%Other5.3%10 more columns

Is it safe to walk in Belfast at night?

Belfast is a very safe city – especially in the central area of the city, which is home to great shopping destinations, hotels, bars and restaurants. While it may be quieter than some major cities in the UK, its generally a safe place to walk at night, even in small groups.

Is Carrickfergus a good place to live?

Carrickfergus, Royal Mail stated, scored highly on work-life balance and affordability. “This new study demonstrates the breadth of market towns providing attractive places for people across the UK to live and work in. It is also a wonderful town with a vibrant population and attracts many visitors.”

Is Ballymena a good place to live?

With the advantage of a close-knit community, Ballymena is perfect for families who crave the bustle of a busy town, with close proximity to rural areas. A wide variety of housing developments are welcome with residents, while a rise in apartment-style living suits young professionals who work in the surrounding areas.

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