Women of all ages and backgrounds have a vital role to play in the next generation of peace building and reconciliation work with The Next Chapter, an ambitious and exciting civic empowerment programme which gets underway in June of this year.
If your the one responsible for planing a party, fun day, community event, school party are any other special occasion and need Bouncy Castles, Inflatable Games, Rodeo Bull hire then check us out here at Glendarragh Bouncy Castles.
The Big Walk is back! Four walkers from across the UK will set off from Morecambe in May, their journeys will visit people and groups who make their communities better places to live, arriving back home in time for The Big Lunch day for neighbours 3 June
Families are invited to put a spring in their step at the Woodland Trust’s Monkstown Wood, in the historic village of Monkstown, Newtownabbey. Saturday 24 March, from 12pm to 4pm, is the date for the outdoor diary.
Local cancer charity Cancer Focus Northern Ireland knows there’s nothing quite as good for perking you up as a chat with the people that matter over a hot cup coffee or tea. So, we're asking you to hold a coffee or tea party for our counselling service.
Creative Centenaries, in partnership with the Department for Communities and Public Record Office of Northern Ireland (PRONI), is collating information for a Northern Ireland-wide Suffrage event programme.
Marie Curie NI Policy and Public Affairs Officer, Craig Harrison, looks at the ageing profile of carers in Northern Ireland and how they can be supported to look after their own health and wellbeing while caring for loved ones at the end of life.
We have two rooms available to hire in our 51 Malone Road, Belfast premises. Our Main room for up to 50 people for events, workshops and classes and our Meeting Room for up to 10 people. Both rooms are situated off our lovely glass roofed atrium.
Housing Rights are offering members a FREE session on Loans for Mortgage Interest. In April Support for Mortgage Interest (SMI) becomes a loan which will be secured on the claimants home. This essential session will prepare attendees for the change.
Demand for loans from an innovative community fund has exceeded all expectations. In just over six months the ‘Building Better Futures Fund’ has committed over £500K to almost 30 groups across Northern Ireland.