The event will be held on scheme in Girona Close. Gardening together to make window boxes for yourselves and your neighbours. We’ll make beautiful boxes of flowering plants from around the world to bring hope and cheer to our homes for autumn and little flowering bulbs to show us signs of spring in the winter months. A Fun intergenerational event for all members of your family with all materials and tuition provided. Gardening helps us to sew hope for the future while nurturing our present happiness and mental health.
Contact: Deirdre.firstname.lastname@example.org for more information
As part of Good Relations Week, Ballycastle Library invites everyone to chose either a blank or worded brick art craft sheet and select a word, that you feel unites your community together and to colour, scribble, draw or design your art template to help us build our project and display of good relations within your community’.
Come together at Coleraine Library for a FREE film screening as part of Good Relations Week 2023. Suitable for all the family. Details available in branch.
As part of Good Relations Week, Ballymoney Library invite everyone to chose either a blank or worded brick art craft sheet and select a word, that you feel unites your community together and to colour, scribble, draw or design your art template to help us build our project display of good relations within your community’.
This café style dialogue event has been designed to raise awareness of the people from many different cultures who have come to live in the Causeway Coast and Glens Borough Council area.
Conversations will take place in a café style environment with the purpose of creating a positive and informal space to hear from individuals representing a variety of cultural and racial groups. It is an opportunity to learn about different countries, why people have left their home country, what the experiences have been for them arriving in a new country, cultural and religious differences and much more.
This is a great opportunity to hear from people directly and have the opportunity to ask questions with the aim of raising awareness and understanding of cultural diversity and differences, the reasons why people come here, the challenges they may face and how they make a positive contribution within our local communities.
This event will also include presentations from 2 local community organisations who will give an overview of the work they have been doing to assist newcomers and the experiences and learning that they have gained to develop the projects that they now implement to support individuals and to aid positive community integration.
To attend, register your interest at email@example.com.
Come along to Coleraine Library where you can view the PRONI exhibition “Disability on the Record”. This exhibition provides an overview of how disability has been represented in Northern Ireland over time. Please check Libraries NI website for opening times.
A historical walk on Saturday 23rd September 2023 around Cushendun noting places of importance and how Gaeilge was once the main language taking place. A very interesting walk which is like a journey back in time about life in the area.
We aim to bring people together to hear and learn about the local history – everyone is welcome!
Meeting in St Patrick’s Church Car Park at 1.15pm.
To book please contact Máirtín (07811833590) or Áine Máire (07515809019) or email firstname.lastname@example.org
‘Change Starts with Us’ and the Cornfield Project in Coleraine is an amazing regeneration project that has transformed an unloved area of land, between two communities, into a thriving nature zone with widespread environmental activities. This exciting space benefits residents by bringing them together in the great outdoors to tackle issues such as segregation, low employment and health.
Good Relations Week 2022 is running until Monday 26th September with a colourful programme of over 250 community focused events across the region based on the ‘Change Starts with Us’ theme.
Visit www.goodrelationsweek.com for the 2022 event listings #GRW22
Check out this video to learn more about the Cornfield Project: https://fb.watch/fOylVRuras/
For Good Relations Week 2022 Creggan Preschool and Training Trust Ltd will be providing workshops about sustainability and the impact that the cost of living is having on local residents on Wednesday 21st September at 10.30am.
Advice NI will also be in attendance offering a range of services to residents
For more info please email Louise McIntyre: Louise@cpttderry.org
During Good Relations Week 2022 young people from across the Causeway Coast & Glens Youth Service Area aim to deliver a positive message that ‘Change Starts With Us’.
We will explore through a textile workshop while creating a piece of art, the pledges each individual will make. Through this sharing of our goals, we will connect building a stronger society and a more sustainable future.
Each group participating will then take on one shared goal back to their projects/clubs and will commit to taking this forward over the next year.
Highlighting ‘ CHANGE STARTS WITH US’ by making small pledges, one thing YOU can do can make a difference.
DATE :- 21st September at The Glens Youth Club Cushendall- 7-8.30pm