The park, is one of only two places in the world where all seven species of swan can be found.
Volunteers from the Broughshane Village teamed together in 2010 and turned a derelict pond with a large area of swampland into a fantastic habitat for ornamental wildfowl.
(Pictured above are Mr Sam Henry and Mr John Robinson, on behalf of James Henry Funeral Services, who had the pleasure of visiting the park and meeting with Mr Trevor Dunlop, Chairperson, Eleanor Haywood, Treasurer and Mr Gary Haywood, Committee Member.)
Our funeral services and monument services are always delivered with a personal and detailed touch. James Henry Funeral Services, Ballymena aims to honour your loved ones with care and personal attention.
As most local people will be aware, the name James Henry has been synonymous with Ballymena business and civic life for many, many years. Here we have included some newspaper cuttings from as far back as 1892 which gives us an insight into what James Henry was involved in around the turn of the 20th century including the purchase of the Farmers’ Hotel on Mill Street, some details of new ‘glass hearses and mourning carriages’ and also a couple of family death notices.
Things have moved on in so many ways but James Henry still strive to give you the benefits of dealing with a long established, local family business.