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NWCN E-bulletin 24 August 2017


1Celebrate the Sector with NWCN - Save the Dates!

2 Brexit and Human Rights Workshop

3 Funding Opportunity - Community Relations Week Events

4 PEACE IV Small Grants Information workshops and deadlines

5 BCPP Level 1 Funding Available

6 Project Development Award Funding for 16-30 Year Olds

7 FREE Defibrillators for Sport

8 Social Innovation NI’s Knowledge Exchange Programme (Improving employability for young people aged 16-18)

9 A Fresh Start Women's Programme Event

10 Woman's Development Programme

11 North West Civic Activism Celebration Event

12 North-West Migrants Forum Language Festival

13 Training with NW Volunteer Centre

14 Launch of HURT Training & Development Services

15 Get Into Retail with Marks & Spencer

16 Latest Offers from Salto Youth

17 Mindfulness Half Day Workshop 

18 European Capital of Culture BIG IDEAS WORKSHOP - TONIGHT

19 Rural Digital Potential Research

20 TOUR DE FOYLE 1080: Community Challenge

21 REACH Across - Up The Foyle In A Bubble Fun Day

22 Enough Stuff Festival Derry 16th/17th Sept

23 Earthshakers



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1 Celebrate the Sector with NWCN - Save the Dates!


North West Community Network Celebration Events:

  • Friday 15th September - Children & Young People, 9:30am - 12noon, DiverseCity Community Partnership, 10-14 Bishop Street.
  • Thursday 21st September - Sport & Leisure
  • Thursday 5th October - Rural Inclusion

North West Community Network are organising three Celebration/Master class events starting with a hot hearty breakfast at 9:30am and finishing at 12 noon.

You will have the opportunity to hear about successful and inspirational initiatives and also have the chance to network and make some new connections! 

Please do not hesitate to get in touch if you have any queries: / 028 7127 9090 /


More information to follow soon...         


2 Brexit and Human Rights Workshop


Brexit continues to dominate the political agenda but what it means to us can be confusing and unclear. 


Our workshop will provide an accessible guide to the Brexit process and its impact on human rights and equality protections here.


Join us on 6 September from 10:00-12:30 at DiverseCity Community Partnership, 10-14 Bishop Street, Derry/Londonderry, BT48 6PW.


To RSVP please contact


Refreshments will be provided 


3   Funding Opportunity - Community Relations Week Events


Are you running an event during Community Relations and Cultural Awareness Week? Do you need help with the cost? Derry City and Strabane District Council may be able to help.

This year, Community Relations and Cultural Awareness Week will take place from 18th – 24th September and the theme will be 'Safe Space, Shared Place’ and will focus on how we can create a community where everyone feels safe and secure while showcasing shared spaces across our Council area.


If your group is interested – please contact Carol Stewart for an EOI form to complete with some detail on the proposed event.

This form must be returned by 3pm on Tuesday 5th September to:


4 PEACE IV Small Grants Information workshops and deadlines


PEACE IV Small Grants Programme 2017 – 2020


Projects must apply under ONE of the following criteria:

Criterion 1:         Projects with those most impacted by the Troubles.
Criterion 2:         Removal / Re-imaging of permanent political demarcation of territory.
Criterion 3:         Community Education/Programmes to tackle culture of punishment attacks.
Criterion 4:         Programmes intensively tackling reconciliation issues not covered in depth elsewhere in the local PEACE IV programme.

Criterion 5:         Cross-community programmes with strong reconciliation focus in geographical areas of DCSDC not already named in other PIV local programmes and which work with participants who have not previously engaged significantly in cross-community work.

Call for Applications:

Opening Date: Monday, 11th September 2017 at 10:00 a.m.
Two stage closing date (both mandatory):
Expressions of Interest Closing Date:     Friday, 29th September 2017 at 12 noon

Full Applications Closing Date:                  Friday 20th October 2017 at 12 noon


Initial Community Information Workshops
Initial 90 minute Community Information session will provide an overview of the PEACE IV small grants programme, outline the Expression of Interest process and provide groups with an opportunity to gain further advice on specific applications, ideas and queries.  Submission of an Expression of Interest form by the deadline will automatically allow the applicant to select to attend a more detailed information session on the full application process in early October 2017.  Please register attendance for initial information session with


DEA area





Wednesday 20th Sept 2017


Shantallow Community Centre


Tuesday 19th Sept 2017


Derg Valley Leisure Centre, Castlederg


Wednesday 20th Sept 2017


RAPID Offices, Killaloo


Monday 18th Sept 2017


Outerwest Cultural Hub, Rosemount


Wednesday 20th Sept 2017


Holywell Diversecity Partnership, Bishop St.


Monday 18th Sept 2017


Dennett Interchange, Donemana

Strabane Town

Monday 18th Sept 2017


Glenelly Room, Council Offices, Strabane


Tuesday 19th Sept 2017


St.Columb’s Park House, Limavady Road


A project supported by the European Union’s PEACE IV Programme, managed by the Special EU Programmes Body (SEUPB).

Further information on:  from Monday, 11th September 2017 at 10:00 a.m.

Or contact: PEACE IV Team,
Tel. No.:  028 7125 3253 ext 6935      


5 BCPP Level 1 Funding Available


We are pleased to announce that our Level 1 Funding is now available with a new application form and guidance notes.


Level 1 Funding consists of a grant of up to £2,000 for a project that can last up to six months.


The closing date for applications is:

Thursday 14th September 2017


To apply, click here


6 Project Development Award Funding for 16-30 Year Olds


Funding for college kits, uniforms, books and course fees 
Development Award funding is currently available from the Prince’s Trust.


What are Development Awards?
Development Awards are grants of up to £500 to help young people who are struggling to access education, work or training due to a lack of funds. Please note that the average award is £200 and it is not possible to support every young person with a £500 grant.

Development Awards can be used to help with:

  • Equipment for a course, job or work placement (e.g. hairdressing equipment, joinery tools, books)
  • Course Fees
  • Industry specific qualifications e.g. SIA License, Forklift License, CSR Card
  • Workwear for a course, job or work placement (e.g. interview clothing, uniforms for college placements, mechanics clothing)
  • Travel to a course or placement

In order to be eligible for a Development Award, young people should be aged 16 – 30 and unemployed, or working less than 16 hours. If they are in education, this should be less than 14 hours per week. Please note that applications can only be made for new courses the applicant intends to start.

Please note that we cannot fund everyday living costs, courses at Level 4 or above, or any costs that are the responsibility of a statutory provider.

For more information contact us at: or call free on 0800 842 842 or text 'Call Me' to 079 8338 5418.


 7 FREE Defibrillators for Sport


Sports clubs and organisations in eight local council areas are being invited to apply for free automated external defibrillator (AED) devices as as Sport Northern Ireland re-opens the Defibrillators for Sport initiative.


The project allocated a specific number of devices across each of Northern Ireland’s local council areas using an allocation methodology designed to ensure that devices are located in areas deemed to be of greatest need. The allocation model ensures a fair allocation of devices, taking ‘proximity to services’ and ‘population by District Council area’ into account.

The project has now exhausted applicants in eight of the eleven local council areas, and is inviting sports clubs and organisations located in the council areas below to apply for one of the remaining 195 devices to be distributed:

  • Antrim and Newtownabbey Borough Council
  • Ards and North Down Borough Council
  • Causeway Coast and Glens Borough Council
  • Derry City and Strabane District Council
  • Fermanagh and Omagh District Council
  • Lisburn and Castlereagh City Council
  • Mid and East Antrim Borough Council
  • Mid Ulster District Council

The remaining three local council areas (Belfast City, Armagh, Banbridge & Craigavon, and Newry, Mourne & Down) are oversubscribed due to high numbers of applications and distribution of defibrillators and are therefore not included in Phase 3 of the Defibrillators for Sport initiative.


Who Can Apply?

Sports clubs and organisations in the eight local council area listed above are welcome to apply. Even if the club / organisation already possesses a defibrillator, you may be eligible to receive a new AED device through this initiative.


The Community Resuscitation Strategy has identified the need to increase provision of AEDs in community settings and this survey will gauge the requirement from a sporting perspective. If your club / organisation already has an AED, devices obtained prior to 2007 should be considered obsolete and measures should be taken to replace such equipment. Accordingly, clubs with older devices will be eligible to apply for a new AED.


To make an application, please click here


Please note the closing date for applications is Monday 4th September 2017 at 12noon.

Free Defibrillator Awareness Training will also be offered to all successful clubs / organisations.



8 Social Innovation NI’s Knowledge Exchange Programme (Improving employability for young people aged 16-18)


Social Innovation NI’s Knowledge Exchange Programme aims to bring together stakeholders who are currently supporting 16-18 year olds into education, employment and training and seeks to uncover possible new socially innovative solutions to address unemployment challenges currently facing young people.


The overall programme which Enterprise North West and Work West are delivering has 5 key phases which will include the provision of a structure for committed providers to share their insights and identify new and innovative ideas to tackle the significant issue of unemployed 16-18 year olds in Northern Ireland, outlined below:

  1. Mapping and identification of ‘can do’ stakeholders supporting 16-18 year olds to find employment across Northern Ireland. 
  2. Engage with 5 models of local and international Best Practice where social innovators have delivered fantastic outcomes for improving employability for 16-18 year olds.
  3. Design thinking is a process which is used to help solve problems. It is an iterative process and really encourages teams to dive deep into problem and avoid the pitfall of believing that the first idea is the right solution.
  4. Report on findings
  5. Symposium to share learning

It is essential that each individual signing up for the programme confirms their attendance at ALL workshops.  Places are limited based on high levels of demand and our requirement to ensure a broad geographic and organisational spread.


Key Commitments for participants:

  • Actively participate and learn a design thinking process
  • Commit to participate in a team representing different organisations and contribute your insights, successes and challenges. Share access to end users, networks, information, and knowledge to benefit all. Build trust in the group and encourage people to speak openly about what is working and what is not actually working in NI with a view to collaboratively coming up with innovative solution.
  • Commit to work together, to innovate and to experiment to address the shared problem. There will be an opportunity to connect with the young people who are at the core of this issue who may be invited to join teams
  • Commit to ideate together and build “change the world” prototypes for new initiatives/products to deal with these long standing issues and change lives

The proposed timetable for the delivery of the Design Thinking workshops are outlined below, each session is a half day workshop and final session is full day:


North West


  1. Empathy Workshop

Thurs 7th Sept 2017

The Enterprise Hub,

North West Business Complex,


BT48 8SE

All sessions are 9.30am – 12.30pm

  1. Insights Workshop

Thurs 21st Sept 2017

  1. Define Challenge

Thurs 5th Oct 2017

  1. Ideation

Thurs 12th Oct 2017

  1. Ideation

Thurs 19 Oct 2017

  1. Prototype

Thurs 26th Oct 2017

  1. Action Planning

Tues 21st Nov 2017


These training workshops are free of charge and form part of the Building Change Trust’s Social Innovation NI initiative. Lunch and refreshments will be provided and there is free car parking onsite at North West Business Complex.

To register your organisation or yourself as a participant contact Brian O’Neill on Tel: 02871 277822 or email for more information.


 A Fresh Start Women's Programme Event


Invite to A Fresh Start
Women's Early Intervention Programme Event


A conversation with...

  • Patricia Lewsley-Mooney CBE
  • Bernadette McAliskey
  • Catherine Ferrin
  • Diane Greer

Thursday 31st August 2017, 7.00pm-9.30pm

Holywell Trust, 8-14 Bishop Street, Derry~Londonderry, BT48 6PW

(Hot Finger Buffet provided)


RSVP -  Tel:  028 9031 9888 or Email:

or Email:


10 Woman's Development Programme


Are you a woman interested in taking on more responsibility in your own women's group or community group but feel you lack experience? Are you interested in learning how to organise and run successful community and voluntary groups? If so then Co-operation Ireland's Women's Development Programme may be what you are looking for. This programme will provide you with an opportunity to:

  • Learn how to run effective meetings
  • Learn Committee skills
  • Learn effective fundraising strategies
  • Learn how to manage difficulties and conflict
  • Learn the value of networking
  • Learn how to design and implement a small project
  • Gain an OCN Level 1 qualification: Prejudice and Discrimination Awareness

The Women's Development Programme will run from 10am-4pm every Monday for 12 weeks from 11th September 2017 to 4th December 2017 in a Belfast venue. There is also a one night residential which will take place 3rd-4th November 2017. All programme activities are free: food, transport, facilitation and materials. The workshops will be mainly discussion based and you will learn practical skills that will be of benefit to you and your women's group or community group. All workshops will be facilitated in a supportive, accessible and encouraging way.


If you want more information or have any questions please call or email Patricia Keenan, 07909 916376,


If you are interested in taking part in the Women's Development Programme please complete the Expression of Interest form and return it before Monday 28th August 2017 to Patricia Keenan, Co-operation Ireland, Unit 5, Weaver's Court Business Park, Linfield Road, Belfast BT12 5GH.


11  North West Civic Activism Celebration Event


Wednesday 30th August 2017, 10:30 – Holywell Building, Bishop St


Holywell Trust’s Civic Activism Project will hold its final event at 10:30am on Wednesday 30th August at the HOLYWELL DCCP Building.


We have engaged with over 650 people through the project on the themes of investment/innovation, youth/young people, debt & poverty and the city centre.  At the finale event you will hear the top priorities as identified through discussions with local citizens on each of the project themes.


To book your place contact Roisin O'Hagan - or telephone 028 71 261941.  Food will be provided at the event!



12 North-West Migrants Forum Language Festival

Tuesday September 26, 10am to 4pm

The North-West Migrants Forum invites you to their Language Festival which is being held at Culturlann Ui Chanain-Derry on Tuesday the 26th of September 2017 at 10am to 4pm. 
The event corresponds to the European Day of Languages and aims to alert the public to the importance of language learning and diversifying the range of languages learnt in order to increase intercultural understanding.  Moreover, we hope to encourage lifelong language learning as a means of celebrating and promoting linguistic diversity. 
The language Festival also aims at promoting the rich linguistic and cultural diversity of Northern Ireland, which we believe must be preserved and fostered. Experience a day travelling through 10 different languages spoken in the North West Area. Learn to hold a basic conversation and count in each of the languages. This is also a great opportunity to learn about the history and cultures of 10 countries from different continents and taste a range of dishes from these countries!. Because language can help you make new friends, explore new lands and build bridges with other cultures. We would be delighted if you could join us at this event! To register please email  Please mention in the subject header of your e-mail “Language Festival”
If you would like to facilitate a language workshop at the festival please send us an email  at the above address with your details mentioning in the subject “Language festival facilitation”

We would particularly encourage speakers of the following languages to contact us. 
1) Irish
2) Ulster Scots
3) Romanian
4) Japanese
5) Xhosa/  tshiveda  (south Africa)
6) Portuguese
7) Russian
8) Philippino
9) Chinese
10) Swahili


13   Training with NW Volunteer Centre


North West Volunteer Centre is an approved training centre for Qualifications Network UK and currently has funding available to offer free accredited training for volunteers and volunteer involving organisations:

  • QNUK Level 2 Award in Emergency First Aid at Work (QCF)
  • QNUK Level 2 Award in Safeguarding & Protecting Children & Young People (RQF) 

First Aid Learning Outcomes:

  1. Understand the role and responsibilities of a First Aider
  2. Be able to assess an incident
  3. Be able to manage an unresponsive casualty who is not breathing
  4. Be able to manage an unresponsive casualty who is not breathing normally
  5. Be able to recognise and assist a casualty who is choking
  6. Be able to manage a casualty with external bleeding
  7. Be able to manage a casualty who is in shock
  8. Be able to manage a casualty with a minor injury


Safeguarding Learning Outcomes:

  1. Understand how to safeguard & protect children, young people and practitioners in the workplace
  2. Know how to respond to evidence or concerns that a child or young person has been abused

Duration:  Each course is 6 hours and accreditation lasts for 3 years.
Learners:  12 total per course
Further details and qualification specs available on our website

If you are volunteer involving organisation, a charity or a community organisation in Derry City & Strabane District and interested in this training for your volunteers, please contact the volunteer centre on 71 271 017 and ask for Marirose Cunningham or Julie Connolly or email       


14  Launch of HURT Training & Development Services


HURT would like to invite you to the launch of HURT Training & Development Services


Friday 15th September 2017, 12pm – 2pm, The Waterfoot Hotel, Derry


Refreshments will be provided


Please RSVP to or or contact HURT on 02871369696


15 Get Into Retail with Marks & Spencer

Are you age 16 -24? Out of employment or training? Meet new people and learn new skills with our free programme!

  • Gain in-depth training in the retail industry by completing 4 weeks work experience with Marks & Spencer.
  • Learn about customer service and selling skills, stock rotation and control.
  • Improve your CV and boost your employability skills!
  • Receive up to 6 months support after the programme to help you find work.
  • Get your travel and lunch provided for the whole programme.

Monday 18th September to Friday 13th October 2017
Taster: Tuesday 12th September

To find out more contact the Prince’s Trust on 07484901934 or email


16 Latest Offers from Salto Youth


Youth Activator: Make it happen
An international training course on active citizenship with focus on community engagement, change making and volunteering.
Organizer: Asociace DICE (CZ) Abroadship (UK) (NGO/Others)
This activity is for participants from: Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Greece, Italy, Lithuania, Poland, Slovak Republic, United Kingdom
Application deadline (24h CET): 27 August 2017

› More details


SOHO - European Training Course for EVS Support People
SOHO aims at enhancing quality of EVS projects through development of essential competences of support persons. It also provides up-to-date information to its participants on the opportunities given by the Erasmus+: Youth in Action Programme.
Organizer: YiA National Agency Sweden (National Agency)
This activity is for participants from: Austria, Belgium - FR, Bulgaria, Estonia, France, Germany, Greece, Iceland, Italy, Lithuania, Malta, Portugal, Romania, Russian Federation, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Turkey, United Kingdom, Eastern Partnership countries, Western Balkan countries
Application deadline (24h CET): 4 September 2017

› More details

Marginalization and Ostacism of the Minorities in the Past and Today
Organizer: Roma Youth Centre (NGO/Others)
This activity is for participants from: Albania, Austria, Belgium - DE, Belgium - FL, Belgium - FR, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Serbia, Slovak Republic, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, United Kingdom
Application deadline (24h CET): 8 September 2017

› More details

Young people and extremism: Building resilience through youth empowerment
SALTO Cultural Diversity, in partnership with the Erasmus+ UK National Agency is organising a Study Visit which will focus on the role of youth work and non-formal learning in building young people's resilience to extremism and radicalisation.
Organizer: SALTO Cultural Diversity & The UK National Agency for Erasmus+ (National Agency)
This activity is for participants from: Erasmus+: Youth in Action Programme countries
Application deadline (24h CET): 29 September 2017

› More details

Recognise it! Continue to develop strategies for recognition of youth work!
The training course aims to explore and support further the development of recognition strategies of youth work at national level and led by NGO strategies within the South Med and European regional cooperation.
Organizer: Salto Youth Euromed (SALTO)
This activity is for participants from: Erasmus+: Youth in Action Programme countries, Southern Mediterranean countries
Application deadline (24h CET): 9 October 2017

› More details

Practicing Coaching and Mentoring training
The Practicing Coaching and Mentoring is designed with the aim of facilitating personal and professional growth for people who are involved or interested in coaching. This training is intended to help you to improve your abilities as a coach and a mentor.
Organizer: Olde Vechte Foundation (NGO/Others)
This activity is for participants from: Austria, Belgium - DE, Belgium - FL, Belgium - FR, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovak Republic, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, United Kingdom
Application deadline (24h CET): 17 October 2017

› More details


17 Mindfulness Half Day Workshop 


Dr Hugh M Quigley PhD has been training and working in the field of personal growth and development for about 27 years now.  Hugh is trained as a Mindfulness teacher and facilitator with a number of schools including John Moores University.  He has been practising meditation and mindfulness for over 30 years and has experienced the great benefits of both of these.


The workshop will explore Mindfulness as a way of being able to control and regulate emotional upset.  The ability to apply mindfulness to various areas of life has been well researched and the benefits highlighted in major studies.  This introduction workshop will give you a flavour of incorporating mindfulness into your daily life.

Introducing Mindfulness into your life allows you to take a step back and learn to respond rather than react.


Date:  Sunday 1st October 2017

Time:  10am – 1pm

Venue:  Waterfoot Hotel, Derry

Cost: £17.50 per person, or book with a friend 2 for £30!

Please contact HURT on 02871369696 to book your place! 


18 European Capital of Culture BIG IDEAS WORKSHOP - TONIGHT


Our next Big Idea session takes place in the Playhouse Derry, Thursday 24 Aug 5pm-8pm.

Pop along and tell us your Big Ideas.

Book a free place here >


19 Rural Digital Potential Research

Digital connectivity, mobile working, Skype meetings, e-commerce and so on are becoming ever more important for business efficiency, productivity and competitiveness.  There has been a lot of attention paid to the roll out of broadband networks in rural areas, but what has largely been overlooked is how rural businesses use digital.

We're asking organisations across the UK with a rural interest to help promote the survey, so it reaches as many rural based business owners and managers as possible.  We'd like to hear from businesses in all sectors (from farms, to retail, to tech companies), of all sizes (from sole traders to large enterprises), of all types (from PLCs to social enterprises)  and of all ages (from start-ups to long-established firms).  However much they do (or don't) currently make use of digital connectivity and technologies. 

Your help and response would be greatly appreciated 


Survey responses will be accepted up until Friday 1st September.  You can assure businesses that their responses will be considered confidential by the research team and they don't have to complete questions which would identify them.


Rural England CIC is undertaking this research in collaboration with Scotland's Rural College and with funding received from Amazon UK.  Professor Sally Shortall, until recently of Queen's University Belfast, is an adviser to the research.


20 TOUR DE FOYLE 1080: Community Challenge


Church leaders invite public to join them on the Tour de Foyle 1080
The countdown is on as leaders of the city’s four main churches invite people to get on their bikes or put on their walking/running shoes for the Tour de Foyle 1080 Charity Event, which will begin at the Foyle Arena on Saturday 26th August.

The event is being organised jointly by The Churches Trust and the North West Methodist Mission, and is supported by church leaders in Derry-Londonderry.  Now in its fourth year, the event has attracted participants from far and wide, and organisers hope this year’s event will be bigger and better than ever.

The event caters for all with three aspects to choose from: 10k Walk: 10k Run: 80k Cycle 
Registration details for the walk/run/cycle can be found on the website:  So book early to avoid disappointment. 


21 REACH Across - Up The Foyle In A Bubble Fun Day

Sunday 17th September At Prehen pitches. 

Cross-Community Youth Group REACH Across are organising a Family Fun Day and Water Zorbing Challenge on Sun 17th Sept at Prehen Pitches.

Teams Of 4 are needed for the Water-Zorbing Challenge, with a prize for the school, company, sports club or community group, that achieves the highest rotations. Sponsor forms are available.

Our Fun Day Area will Include a mini-farm, inflatable slides, disco dome, laser quest, soft play area, drumming sessions etc and there will also be bring & buy tables available and a competition area. 

Entries are now being taken for the Water Zorbing Challenge and the cost is £60 per team. Admission to the Fun Day is £2 or £5 for a family of 3 or more. For more information, check the REACH Across Facebook page or tel/text 07854833371 


22 Enough Stuff Festival Derry 16th/17th Sept


Join the Journey to Zero Waste

Saturday 16-Sunday 17 September from 11am
The Playtrail, Racecourse Rd, Derry

Upcycling - Repair Cafe - Debate & Discussion, Casey Neill from The Earth to Trump Campaign - Storytelling - Organic Gardening - Compost Making - Music and Performance - Community Initiatives Film - Nature Meditation - Voice & Verse - Cake - Ice-cream - Bring & Share Lunch - Aquaponics - Kid's Activities and much more...

Find out more on Zero NW's Facebook page /ZEROWASTENW


23 Earthshakers


Saturday 14th - Sunday 15th October 2017 @ Corrymeela, Ballycastle


You are invited to a weekend organised by Friends of the Earth, St Columb's Park House and Corrymeela for those who feel compelled to bring about change in the world around them and their environment.

if you are interested in participating, please contact Karin Eyben on 079 6620 2184
Costs are £40 per person