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22/09/2021 | Zoom | 10:00

'Brighter Days Ahead' Health Seminar
Wednesday 22nd September at 10am via Zoom

Keynote Speakers:
Alison Irwin - Head of Equality, NSHSCT
Paddy McEldowney - Health  & Social Wellbeing Improvement Manager, PHA
Dr Darshan Kumar - Consultant Acute Physician & Clinical Lead, NHSCT
Jane Reynolds - Causeway GP Federation Primary Care Mental Health Manager

Michalina Bilska - 1+1 Mental Health Worker

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28/02/2020 | High Kirk Church Ballymena | 11:00

The Department for Justice is encouraging members of the public to make a positive contribution to the Hate Crime Legislation Review. Hate crime violates equality between people, you can help to stop it!

You are invited to a Public Outreach Event for BME community members to share your thoughts, experiences and aspirations on how hate crime is currently dealt with, and how the Department for Justice could improve the way they deal with it in the future. 

This event lasts from 11:00am to 1:00pm (Lunch provided) 

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15/01/2020 | First Ballymena Church | 11:00

An awareness session hosted by the Northern Ireland Department for Justice, bringing attention to modern slavery and trafficking In our community. The session will inform attendees how both slavery and trafficking involves and affects local and overseas residents, as well as how to spot and report it to help prevent future crimes being committed.

20/12/2019 | High Kirk Church | 10:30

A morning of conversation and festive food, featuring a private screening of local short film "Mr Spice."

11/12/2019 | High Kirk Church | 17:00

Polish Christmas celebrations.

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04/12/2019 | The Braid Ballymena | 19:30

Author Clare Mulley will be giving a talk based on the best-selling novel "The Spy who Loved: The Secrets and Lives of Christine Granville." The story reveals an insight into the story of Krystyna Skarbek (Granville), the first woman to work for Britain as a Special agent during WWII, and who's story has recently evoked the interest of Hollywood.

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19/11/2019 | High Kirk Church | 15:00

Mesmerising tales narrated by skilful story-tellers who heard the stories from their Grandmothers in India, Bulgaria, Romania, Iceland and Poland. A wonderful event evoking childhood memories and facilitated by Ballymena's own internationally renound Liz Weir.

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08/11/2019 | The Dreen Cullybackey | 13:00

Join us as Maeshine share songs from their first album "Gentle Peace." This enchanting duo fuses Celtic, folk and new-age into a unique genre of their own. 

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25/10/2019 | Ballymena Methodist Church | 18:00

An array of fantastic foods from across the globe accompanied by dance exhibitions spanning from Poland to Mexico. The unmissable event of the year!