1900’s

1900 New Public Elementary School Built on Main Street

1901 Outbreak of Typhoid in Cullybackey

1902 LOL960 Total Abstinence formed at Dunnygarron

1904 School Renamed Buick Memorial Public Elementary School in Memory of Dr Buick

1905 Souterain Found at Markstown

1906 Electricity Installed in Cuningham Memorial  Presbyterian Church

1907 Hillmount Flute Band Opening of New Practice Hall

1908 Cuningham Memorial Hall was Erected

1914 Beekeepers Association Formed

1914 Cricket Club Re-Formed

1914 Golf Club Opened

1926 Fenagh Orange Hall Erected as a Memorial to Captain The Hon. Arthur O’Neill M.P. for Mid-Antrim

1927 Duke and Duchess of Abercome Visit Cullybackey and Hillmount Bleach Works

1929 Tennis Courts and Bowling Green Opened

1929 A Private Census of Cullybackey gave the population of Cullybackey to be 757

1930 Reformed Presbyterian Church Hall Opened

1931 Cullybackey Young Farmer’s Club Formed

1936 Cullybackey Scout Group Formed

1937 Dunnygarron Orange Hall Opened

1938 Cullybackey Women’s Institute Formed

1938 Diamond Primary School Opened

1943 Glarryford Young Farmers Club Formed

1945 Dunnygarron Social Club Started

1945 Young People’s Fellowship Started

1946 Cullybackey Branch Apprentice Boys of Derry Formed

1950 23rd November Child Welfare Centre Set Up

1952 Paddy McNeilly, Cullybackey Cyclist Beats Irish End-to-End Record

1953 Captain Tom Haughton Killed at Nutt’s Corner

1954 Cullybackey Elim Church Opened – Pottinger Street

1963 Maine Works Closed

1969 New Methodist Church Opened

1973 Glarryford Railway Station Closed 2nd July 1973

1976 Cullybackey Railway Station Closes

1982 Cullybackey Railway Station Reopened (28th June)

1988 Dedication and Opening of New Elim Pentecostal Church, Shellinghill Road,  Cullybackey

1990 Mr Bertie McNiece Retires as Headmaster of the Diamond Primary School, Cullybackey

1994 Maine Works Three Chimneys Were Demolished