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£2.5 MILLION SOCIAL ENTERPRISE ADVENTURE CENTRE TO CREATE 50 NEW JOBS
24 January 2019

Lisburn-based Social Enterprise Employers For Childcare is delighted to launch a £2.5 million build-project of a new family adventure centre called ‘High Rise’ at its existing premises on Altona Road which will create up to 50 new jobs.  High Rise will incorporate a Clip ‘n Climb experience, only the second of its kind in Northern Ireland, along with a soft play area, sensory room and a number of spaces for birthday parties and corporate room hire.


Applications open for bursaries to support promising young Northern Irish sports stars
22 January 2019

The GLL Sports Foundation (GSF) will award promising young athletes in Northern Ireland bursary packages to help them achieve their sporting dreams.

 

The bursary packages, awarded to athletes who successfully apply for them, will include financial grants, access to sports science, medical support and employment opportunities.

 

Social enterprise GLL runs 14 leisure centres in Belfast in partnership with Belfast City Council. The GLL Sports Foundation is the largest independent athlete support programme in the UK.

 


Tender Alert - Woman' Aid Causeway
15 January 2019

Invitation to tender

Causeway Women’s Aid, on behalf of all Northern Ireland based Women’s Aid organisations, is seeking to appoint an independent consultant to complete an options paper and corresponding service improvement business plan. 

Title of Project :                Change Management Delivery

Funder:                                Comic Relief

Budget :                               £12,000 inc. VAT


Good Relations Funding Programme
15 January 2019

The 2019/20 Central Good Relations Funding Programme (CGRF) is currently open for applications.

 

The programme supports constituted voluntary and community sector groups to deliver good relations projects where there is evidence of identified good relations need. Successful projects must contribute towards the delivery of one of the Together: Building a United Community (T:BUC) Strategy key priorities.

 


MACS - Muddy Paws
8 January 2019