The Belfast Barge is a maritime museum and performance space. We are owned by the charity Lagan Legacy. We hope to expound the history of the River Lagan to the public through our maritime exhibition and host a shared commmunity space for events.
Belfast Bible College offer holistic education in theology
Belfast Carers' Centre provides practical and emotional support to carers who live in or care for someone who lives in the geographical area of Belfast Health and Social Care Trust and potentially other parts of Northern Ireland.
BCM is one of Northern Ireland's oldest charities. BCM is involved with all sectors of the community, irrespective of religious or political affiliation.
Belfast Child C.I.C provides free mentored health & well-being sports related training as a means of an 'Off the Streets Programme' for young people in Belfast.
In May 2014, 60 councillors were elected to represent the people of Belfast in the expanded city. Following a shadow period, the new Belfast City Council officially came into place on 1 April 2015.
To create a cleaner, greener Belfast.
We can visit any adult community group to speak about recycling and why it's important. We can cover specific topics such as packaging, food waste reduction, grow your own, reduce reuse recycle, make do and mend etc. All our sessions are free.
Annual comedy festival in Belfast
Belfast Exposed comprises of a contemporary gallery, futures gallery, community engagement programmes, photography training courses, bookshop, reading room and archive.
The Belfast Film Festival is an annual event that takes place in Belfast, Northern Ireland. We promote diverse and dynamic film and educational events. In addition, we run special events and outreach activities throughout the year, and across NI.
Belfast Health and Social Care Trust delivers integrated health and social care to 340,000 people in Belfast and part of the Borough of Castlereagh. It also provides specialist services to all of Northern Ireland.
The Belfast Strategic Partnership was set up in 2011 to address life inequalities in Belfast.
Belfast Healthy Cities is committed to improving the health and wellbeing of people living and working in Belfast through our intersectoral approach. Our aim is to work with decision makers to develop innovative approaches to create a healthy city.
Caring for the hill, their wildlife and people
Through policy, service advocacy & conflict transformation, Belfast Interface Project promotes the development of an integrated strategy for interface areas, while also working alongside communities and providing practical support functions & services.
The mission of Belfast International Arts Festival is to be the preeminent, progressive, international arts event within Northern Ireland, actively engaging both global and local communities in the richness and diversity of contemporary arts practice.