Grant Aid - 1st call for applications

Applications for grant aid & bursaries opens on Wednesday 16 January 2019 and will close at 5pm on Thursday 7 February 2019. Bursaries are also open to individuals for Arts, Culture & Sport. Grant Aid & Bursaries funding relates to projects/activities in the 2019-2020 financial year.

Applications are invited in the categories listed below:-

Grant Aid:

 Arts, Culture & Heritage

 Community Services - General

 Community Services - Revenue

 Culture Night - 2019

 Festivals & Events - Large

 Festivals & Events - Small

 Good Relations

 Irish in the Community

 Remembering & Commemoration - Decade of Centenaries

 Seeding Grants

 Sport NI - Everybody Active 2020 Programme

 Sports Events

 Summer Schemes


 Arts, Culture & Heritage

 Irish Language

 Sports

Drop In – Grant Aid Information Sessions for Funding Streams will be held in the following locations:-

Tara Centre, Omagh Monday 21 January 2019 4.30 pm - 7.30 pm

Enniskillen Library Tuesday 22 January 2019 4.30 pm - 7.30 pm

If you are unable to attend any of the above information sessions, Council Officers will be available by appointment to provide information.

Please contact the Funding & Investment Unit; see telephone number below.

Grant Aid information sessions will be held in conjunction with the Council’s Community Services Funding and Advice Fair, the aim of which is to offer a wide range of funding information to Community and Voluntary organisations on available financial support.

Where possible applicants are asked to complete the application online, the link can be located on the Council’s website:- - Council Officers are available to assist with this process. Grant Aid Code of Conduct and Guidance Notes are also available to download. For further assistance contact the Funding & Investment Unit, Fermanagh and Omagh District Council:

T: 0300 303 1777 E:

Late, incomplete or retrospective applications will not be considered.

Grant Aid - for Older Peoples Groups

Applications are also open for Older Peoples Groups which must apply directly to the South West Age Partnership (SWAP) for the Council’s Grant Aid, with the exception of Good Relations Grant Aid. Closing date is 5pm on Thursday 7 February 2019.

For further information or to apply for Grant Aid please contact:- Allison Forbes

Tel: 028 8225 1824 or Email:

For more information and to apply please visit

Financial Assistance Call 1 2019

Newry, Mourne and Down District Council invites applications for financial assistance towards the programme areas outlined below. 

  • Service Level Agreements for Community Facilities 

  • Minor Grants Community Works Schemes 

  • Community Capital Schemes 

  • Summer Schemes 

  • Irish Language 

  • Local Biodiversity Enhancement 

  • Tourism Events 

  • Sports Active 

  • Community Engagement 

  • Community Events and Festivals 

Application forms can be downloaded from or can be collected from reception in O’Hagan House, Monaghan Row, Newry or Downshire Civic Centre, Downpatrick. 

The opening date: Monday 14 January 2019 
The closing date: 4pm Friday 15 February 2019 

Completed applications must be returned to either the reception in O’Hagan House, Monaghan Row, Newry or Downshire Civic Centre, Downpatrick. 

Late applications will not be considered. 

Workshops on the application process will take place at 6.30pm at the following venues: 

  • Tuesday 22 January Kilmorey Arms Hotel, Kilkeel 

  • Thursday 24 January Canal Court Hotel, Newry 

  • Tuesday 29 January Millbrook Lodge Hotel, Ballynahinch 

For further information on the application process, please contact: 
The Programmes Unit T: 028 3031 3024


For further information on the application process please contact:

Programmes Unit
9 Monaghan Court
Monaghan Street
Newry BT35 6BH

Telephone: 028 3031 3024

Walking Group Grants - Western Trust Area

The Public Health Agency has provided funding to support Walking for Health Groups delivering walking programmes in the Western Trust area.

Funding will be allocated by the Western Health and Social Care Trust Health Improvement Department, Equality and Involvement Department as small grants of approximately £100 per group, depending on the number of successful applicants.

The purpose of the grant is to support new or existing walking groups through the provision of transport, access to facilities, promotional materials or items which will enhance and promote walking groups.


 Only Walk Leaders trained through the Walking for Health scheme are eligible to submit a grant application;

 Only one grant will be allocated per Walking Group/Walk Leader;

 Groups applying for grants must have at least one trained walk leader facilitating all walks;

 Your walking group or host organisation must have a bank account in place in order to access funds as personal cheques cannot be issued;

 Your group must deliver a walking programme of at least 12 walks during 2019, including at least one walk as part of Walking Month in May;

 The Walking for Health logo should be used on all promotional materials and is available on request;

 Funding cannot be used to support one off or fundraising events;

 Funding cannot be used to pay individuals to lead walks, as it is expected that trained walk leaders lead walks in a voluntary capacity or as part of their core work role in line with the Walking for Health Programme ethos.

Contact for a small grants application form which should be returned no later than Wednesday 6 February.

You will be required to complete a brief evaluation form to confirm how funding has been used. Please keep all receipts. Should you have any further queries, please do not hesitate to contact Lesley on 028 7186 5127 ext 217127

The Pathway Fund

The Pathway Fund is open to all facilitators or registered providers of early years education and learning provision focused on children 0-4 such as:

  • Registered Sessional Day-care Settings (Out of Schools, Summer Schemes, Playgroups, Crèches)

  • Registered Full Day Care Settings (Day Nurseries)

  • Registered Childminders

In 2019/20 the Pathway Fund will be administered over two streams and applicants can apply to one or the other, not both. Only one application per organisation will be accepted.

Stream A applications open on Thursday 3rd January 2019 and close on Monday 4th February 2019 at 4:00pm.

Stream B applications open on Thursday 3rd January 2019 and close on Monday 28th January 2019 at 4:00pm.

For further information please contact The Pathway Fund office on 028 9066 2825 (option 2) or email

2019-20 applications now open

The Executive Office, in partnership with the Education Authority (EA), are inviting applications from groups who wish to deliver a Camp, as part of the T:BUC Camps Programme in 2019 - 2020. The programme is about building positive relations among young people across all parts of our community.

A number of funding forums have been arranged to provide advice and guidance to organisations who are considering applying for funding under the Camps Programme 2019-2020. Interested groups can register to attend one of the information events at this link -

The application process is now open and closes at 4.00pm on Thursday 31st January 2019. For more information on the T:BUC Camps Programme 2019 - 2020 visit -

Grants and Funding available - Causeway Coast and Glens Borough Council

Details of the 2019/20 Grant programmes can be found by visiting -

How to Apply

To apply for any of the Causeway Coast and Glens Borough Councils   grants please apply online here.

Please note that applying for a grant is a competitive process and awards are subject to the availability of funds and may be subject to change.

Please do not wait until near the closing time to submit your application.

Be aware of the speed of your internet connection, your system configuration and the volume of general web traffic that may impact on the time required to upload your application.

Causeway Coast and Glens Borough Council cannot accept responsibility for transmission delays.

Your completed application must be received before the deadline.

Applications received after the advertised deadline will not be accepted.

BBC Children in Need Main Grants

Main Grants: Should I apply?

The Main Grants programme is open to charities and not-for-profit organisations applying for grants over £10,000 per year for up to three years. Check the information below to see if your project should apply. But first – have you read about how, together, we improve children’s lives in the UK.

If you are looking for any amount up to £10,000 for one year, see Small Grants.

They give grants for...

Children and young people of 18 years and under experiencing disadvantage through:

  1. Illness, distress, abuse or neglect

  2. Any kind of disability

  3. Behavioural or psychological difficulties

  4. Living in poverty or situations of deprivation

Projects they fund make differences in children’s lives that help prevent or overcome the effects of the disadvantages they face. Projects achieve these differences by either working directly with children or seeking to improve their social and physical environments.

Who can apply?

  • Not-for-profit organisations that work with disadvantaged children and young people of 18 years and under who live in the UK, the Isle of Man or the Channel Islands.

  • If you currently have a Main Grant, as long as your funding is coming to an end within the next 12 months you can apply for further Main Grant funding to keep running the same project, or on a different project. You will need to be able to provide convincing evidence of the differences our grant has made to the lives of the disadvantaged children and young people you have worked with.

  • If you currently have a Small Grant you can also apply for a Main Grant as long as it is for work with a different group of children and young people.

How much to apply for?

  • The Main Grants Programme is for grants over £10,000 per year to support projects for up to three years.

  • There is no upper limit for Main Grants but they make very few grants over £120,000 (or £40,000 per year) and most grants are for much less.

  • Each year they are asked for much more money than they are able to give. Requests for larger amounts are always more competitive.

  • If you wish to apply for a smaller amount their Small Grants Programme or our Emergency Essentials Programme may suit you better.

Initial application deadline - 11:59pm 13th January 2019

When is the final decision due? June 2019

For more information and to apply please visit -

John Moores Foundation

John Moores Foundation is a registered charity, established in 1964, that gives money to community organisations doing charitable work. We focus on funding projects based in Merseyside (including Skelmersdale, Halton, and Ellesmere Port) and Northern Ireland.


They aim to enable people who face barriers, as a result of social, educational, physical, economic, cultural, geographical or other disadvantage, to improve their social conditions and quality of life. 

They do this by making grants to local groups that fall within our areas of interest. Priority is given to small, grass-roots and volunteer driven organisations.  

 They are an enabling funder and would like to help groups achieve their targets and outcomes in their own way. If a group receives a grant from the Foundation, additional support may be offered to the group by our Community Groups Development worker in areas such as fundraising, strategic planning and trustee development, and by our Monitoring & Evaluation Worker to set up systems that best meet their needs, capacity, etc.

Application forms are only available from our offices. Click Here to request the form from the Northern Ireland office.

Programme of Community Food Initiatives

SECAD, on behalf of safefood, is seeking applications for funding under the Community Food Initiatives Programme 2019-21.

The Community Food Initiatives Programme aims to positively influence the eating habits of families in low income communities by making food skills more mainstream and healthy food more accessible. safefoodwill be funding 13 projects through the course of 2016-18. As well as increasing awareness and knowledge around healthy eating, these projects will promote healthy shopping, improved meal-planning and budgeting as well as enhanced cooking skills. All of these are tangible, transferable skills that can benefit an entire community.

The Community Food Initiatives will be administered at a local level by South & East Cork Area Development (SECAD). Each Community Food Initiative will receive funding annually over a period of three years to set up, manage and sustain their project with safefood investing up to €30,000 in each of the 13 projects over the lifetime of the initiative.

In total, 17 projects on the island of Ireland have already received funding since the first three-year Demonstration Programme of Community Food Initiatives from 2010-12 and successive programme from 2013-15. Key learnings and experiences from these previous programmes will be shared among the new projects and they will be encouraged and supported to enhance the long-term sustainability of their project from the outset.

Closing date for applications is Wednesday, 30th January 2019 at 5.00 pm

For more information please contact For further information contact:

 Sinead Conroy (SECAD)

Joana Caldeira Fernandes da Silva

BCPP Funding Level 2 now open

Who can apply?

BCPP funding is open to constituted community/voluntary organisations and community pharmacies based in Northern Ireland.   Projects must be a partnership between a community/voluntary organisation and a community pharmacy. Either can be the lead applicant but both partners must be named in the application form. 

  • A constituted community/voluntary organisation is a group which may be run on a voluntary basis and is set up as an organisation with a management committee, constitution and its own bank account.   A copy of the constitution will be required with the application.

  • The community pharmacy must hold a current contract with HSCB.  Qualified pharmacists not associated/affiliated to a pharmacy holding a HSCB contract are not eligible to apply.

Who is not eligible?

  • Private companies and statutory organisations.

  • Third party applicants e.g. an organisation applying as lead partner to deliver the project in a different community organisation.  The community organisation itself or the pharmacy must be the lead partner. 

What they fund?

  • Level 1 funding is for a grant up to £2,500 for a project that can last up to six months

  • Level 2 funding is for a grant of up to £10,000 for a project that can last up to one year.

  • A community/voluntary organisation and a community pharmacy to work in partnership to deliver a project to either one, two and in some circumstances three groups of people. Each group should have 12-15 people who participate in all sessions.

  • Projects which seek to address the social determinants of health using a community development approach.

What do they not fund?

  • Health fairs

  • Projects that work with a different group of people every session

  • Projects with more than 15 people in a group

  • Projects seeking to enhance sports performance or focus only on lifestyle issues

  • Capital equipment

What is the funding criteria?

  • A concise aim and summary of the proposed project.

  • An identified community need.

  • Clear partnership working between the pharmacy, the community and the participants (co-production).

  • External community/voluntary organisations co-delivering sessions.

  • A clear plan for recruiting participants and keeping them engaged.

  • A clear vision of the difference the project will make, which is in line with BCPP outcomes.

  • A clear activity plan, including, the number of people in each group, how often they will meet and an idea of topics you hope to cover.

  • Realistic costings that relate to your overall application and activity.

  • Overall value for money regarding what the project aims to achieve.

When are grants refused? 

Grants may be refused for the following reasons:

  • The proposed project does not meet with BCPP funding criteria.

  • The application form is incomplete.

  • An old BCPP application form has been submitted.  Please ensure you have downloaded the correct application for the funding round.

  • The application form is a copy of a previous form submitted to CDHN

  • The application does not meet the minimum scoring.

  • Previous BCPP project outcomes and/or reporting requirements were not satisfactory.

  • The lead partner has an open BCPP project.

  • Sometimes demands on BCPP grants outstrip the funds available and this means that some good applications, while meeting the criteria may not be successful.   In this case, funding will be awarded first to those with the highest overall score.

If you would like to find out more about BCPP, please contact a member of the BCPP Team on 028 3026 4606 or

Level 2

Grants of up to £10,000 are available for projects that will last up to 1 year.  You do not have to complete a level 1 before applying for a level 2 project.  

Applications are made jointly by a pharmacy and a community/voluntary partner.

PLEASE NOTE: This is a new application form and new guidance notes.  Old application forms will NOT be accepted.  To apply please visit -

Closing date for Level 2 applications is THURSDAY 28 FEBRUARY 2019

Small Grants opportunities

Grants are open to not for profit, constituted groups to deliver a wide range of activities and projects that benefit Belfast.

If you have any questions, would like some advice on completing your application, or have a project you'd like to discuss, please contact the Central Grants Unit on 9091 8748 or email us at

You can find information on available funding, get guidance on the application process and complete your application online -

Grants now open and will close next Friday 11th Jan 2019 at 12noon -

Community Festival Fund

Arts and Heritage

Policing and Community Safety

Good Relations Grant

Summer Intervention Grant

Park Event Grant

Support for Sport: Sports Event Grant

Support for Sport: Large Development Grant

Support for Sport: Small Development Grant

Support for Sport: Hospitality Grant

Support for Sport: Individuals Grant

Community Development Project Grant

Community Development Summer Scheme

Halifax Foundation for Northern Ireland

Halifax Foundation for Northern Ireland (formerly Lloyds Bank Foundation for Northern Ireland) has contributed approximately £35m to the Voluntary and Community sector over the past 31 years.

Currently open for applications to the Community Grants Programme. This programme supports charitable organisations within Northern Ireland to enable people, who are disadvantaged or with special needs, to participate actively in their communities.

The programme is open to registered charities with an income of less than £1 million operating in Northern Ireland.

The average grant for 2017 was around £3,250.

All applications for funding must now be submitted using this online grant application system -

Launch of TBUC Camps Programme 2019/20

The Executive Office, in partnership with the Education Authority, are inviting applications from groups who wish to deliver a Camp, as part of the T:BUC Camps Programme in 2019-2020. The application process opens on Thursday 22nd November 2018 at 4pm and closes on Thursday 31st January 2019 at 4pm.


The T:BUC Camps Programme is one of the headline actions described in the Together: Building a United Community strategy.  The programme is about building positive relations among young people across all parts of our community and must have ‘good relations’ at the core of them.  Camps must be held between 1 April 2019 and 29 February 2020, they are not limited to the traditional summer period and can take place throughout the year. 


Applications are invited from;

  • Registered  youth organisations

  • Bona fide voluntary and community organisations including (churches, sports groups, art groups)

  • Schools

  • Regional organisations

  • District Councils


Young people taking part in the camp must be aged between 11 and 19 years.  Each camp must be run on a cross community basis and consist of three phases.

  • Pre camp engagement

  • Camp

  • Post camp engagement

A number of funding forums have been arranged to provide advice and guidance to organisations who are considering applying for funding under the Camps Programme 2019/20.  Visit to register.

For more information please visit

Funding Opportunity for Coastal Communities

The Department of Agriculture, Environment and Rural Affairs (DAERA) has announced that Round 5 of the Coastal Communities Fund (CCF) in Northern Ireland is now open for applications. The aim of the CCF is to support the economic development of UK coastal communities by promoting sustainable economic growth and jobs, so that people are better able to respond to the changing economic needs and opportunities of their area.

The Department is holding CCF information events on the following dates:

• Tuesday 4 December, 3pm and 7pm in Market House, The Square, Ballynahinch

• Wednesday 5 December, 3pm and 7pm in the Ecos Visitor and Conference Centre,  Ballymena

• Thursday 6 December, 2pm in Dundonald House, Upper Newtownards Road, Dundonald, Belfast

Interested parties are invited to attend to learn more about the support available, application process and an opportunity to discuss their proposals with officials.
The minimum and maximum levels of grant available under Round 5 are £50k and £100k respectively and details, including the application form and guidance notes can be found on the DAERA Website at


Coastal Communities Fund
Sea Fisheries Policy and Grants Team
First Floor, Rathkeltair House
Market Street
Co. Down
BT30 6AJ


Tel: 028 4461 8093 or 028 4461 8094

2019/20 Central Good Relations Funding Programme (CGRF) now open

The 2019/20 Central Good Relations Funding Programme (CGRF) is now 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.

There are two streams of funding available: project funding and small grants.

The deadline to apply for project funding is 2.00pm on 31st January 2019.

Small grants are open throughout the funding year. Access the links below to download the application forms and guidance.

Free equipment and training for Sports Clubs

The CLEAR Project, in conjunction with the Public Health Agency, are offering constituted, voluntary sector sports clubs in the Western Trust area the opportunity to avail of training which will help them support their members and get £300 worth of relevant sports equipment for the club.
In order to receive this aid Clubs must:

  • Be a constituted voluntary sector sports clubs and enclose copy of this document and a list of committee members;

  • Have a bank or building society account in the name of the club;

  • Be appropriately insured or prepared to obtain appropriate insurance if awarded;

  • Enclose the most recent annual accounts or statement of income and expenditure which must be approved and signed by an office-holder;

  • Operate within the Western Trust area;

  • Have a significant impact upon or involvement from their local community;

  • Have a minimum of five members* attend SafeTALK training.  Please note this must be 5 members who have not previously attended safeTALK; 

  • Attendance at Mental Health First Aid training; (Optional)

Equipment requested should help the club develop activities that meet the needs of the local community and support the delivery of the Five Ways to Well Being, simple steps to improve your mental health through the themes of ‘Connect’, ‘Be active’, ‘Take Notice’, ‘Keep Learning’ and ‘Give’.
Clubs will be asked to seek out a quote for the equipment, pay the chosen supplier directly and then submit original invoices relating to the purchase of the equipment to claim back the finance.  If the Club does not have the finances, then requests for advance payment will be considered on a case by case basis. 

*who have a significant input in / involvement / role with the club

Any relevant club within the Western Trust area can apply for the funding however preference will be given to:

  • Groups operating in the top 20% most disadvantaged Super output areas.

  • Those with lower capacity.

Please note: Funding award will not be released until members have completed safeTALK training; All training must be completed by Tuesday 5th February 2019.  

To apply, please read the information below and complete an application form by clicking on the links below: 

  1. Sports Grant Flyer 

  2. Application form 

  3. MHFA Flyer with dates 

  4. Process for purchase of Sports Equipment 

  5. safeTALK Flyer with dates 

  6. List SOA’s 

  7. Take 5 Flyer 

  8. Sports Coaches – Booking form 

Closed: Tuesday 11th December 2018 at 12 noon

For more information please visit

Community Grants 18-19

Community Development and Festivals Grants for the period 1 April 2019 – 31 March 2020 will open for applications from constituted Community/Voluntary Sector organisations working within the Borough of Antrim and Newtownabbey on Tuesday 16 October 2018 from 17:00.

The grants will include Community Outreach and Involvement, Summer Schemes, Technical Assistance, Premises, Festivals and Small Grants – Seeding and/or Insurance and Activity and/or Insurance. The closing date for completed applications will be 12noon on Friday 14 December 2018.  

If you have any queries please contact your grants officer or a member of the Community Development Team on 9034 0060/61.

Peace IV Grants

Lisburn & Castlereagh PEACE IV Partnership is pleased to announce the launch of its PEACE Grants Programme. The overall PEACE IV Programme will enhance reconciliation between communities, promote tolerance and respect, helping to reduce levels of sectarianism and racism. The project is supported by the European Union’s PEACE IV Programme and managed by the Special EU Programmes Body (SEUPB).

Applications from groups in the Lisburn Castlereagh area are welcomed under one of the following themes - Children & Young People or Building Positive Relations. PEACE Grants start from £15,000 and a total of £78,700 is available under the theme of Children & Young people and £72,500 is available under the theme of Building Positive Relations. Projects can run from January to October 2019 (with the possibility of an extension to December 2019).

The grants will support locally-based projects and initiatives that will promote positive relations between people from different backgrounds and communities. The funding will allow local community groups and organisations to engage in and promote cross community relations.

Announcing the PEACE Grants Programme, Councillor Jonathan Craig, Chair of the Lisburn & Castlereagh PEACE IV Partnership said: “I am delighted that more local groups will have the opportunity to apply for Peace funding. We already have some great projects being delivered across the Lisburn and Castlereagh area and this funding will open up opportunities for those who have not yet got involved. I would urge interested groups to make a pre-application appointment by 30th November to get independent advice and guidance on their project idea.”

Alderman Paul Porter, Chair of the Council’s Leisure & Community Development Committee added: “This grant money will give more groups and organisations a chance to deliver peace building projects that will enhance cross community relations and make a real impact locally”.

To get an application form, you must first make a pre-application appointment where you will receive advice, guidance and support about your project idea. To arrange a meeting, please contact Niamh O’Carolan by phoning 028 9244 7537 or emailing by 30th November 2018. Completed applications must be submitted by 12 noon on Friday 11th January 2019. To see an interactive information video and get further details, please visit

Match-funding has been provided by the Executive Office in Northern Ireland and the Department of Rural and Community Development in Ireland.

Small Capital Grants Programme

Co-operation Ireland has been appointed by the Department for Communities (DfC) as the Intermediary Funding Body for the 2018/19 Small Capital Grants Programme for Northern Ireland. 

The purpose of this Programme is to promote Partnership and Collaboration among Voluntary and Community organisations. As such the amount of grant available to apply for will be dependent on the amount of partners within the application:

·         2 partner groups  = can apply for £1,500

·         3 - 4 partner groups = can apply for up to £3,500

·         5+ partner groups  =  can apply for up to maximum £5,000

To be eligible for grant assistance organisations must

·         be constituted voluntary /community sector organisations

·         have an annual income of less than £100,000 per year.  

This grant is only eligible for expenditure on capital items and must be incurred from the date of award until 31 March 2019.

Applications should be emailed to, and must be received by 12noon Wednesday 19th December 2018

Application forms and guidance notes can be accessed below:

Small Capital Grants Application Form

Small Capital Grants Guidance Notes

T:BUC Funding Forums

Register now for T:BUC Funding Forums in November and December

TBUC Funding Forum Flyer - November 2018.PNG

The 2019/20 competitions for T:BUC Camps, and Central Good Relations funding programmes are due to open at the end of November 2018. To help you apply, the Executive Office will be hosting T:BUC Funding Forums throughout November and December, in local council areas.

The T:BUC Funding Forums are a great way to find out more about the good relations funding available and how to apply for it. Executive Office staff will be available at each forum between 1pm to 6pm and, once registered, you can call in at any time to speak to staff about your particular good relations projects.

Representatives from Peace IV, Planned Interventions Fund, District Council Good Relations Programme, Community Relations Council, Education Authority and the local council’s Good Relations Officer will also be in attendance.

Places are limited so early registration is recommended. A list of dates and forum venues is available below:

  • 13 November - Ranfurly House, Dungannon

  • 14 November - Ballymoney Town Hall

  • 19 November - Innovation Factory, Springfield Road, Belfast

  • 21 November - Fermanagh House, Enniskillen

  • 22 November - Ards Arena, Newtownards

  • 26 November - Larne Town Hall

  • 27 November - Lagan Valley Island, Chestnut Suite, Lisburn

  • 28 November - Newry Conference& Banqueting Centre, Newry

  • 29 November - Antrim Civic Centre, Antrim

  • 3 December - Skainos Centre, Newtownards Road, Belfast

  • 4 December - Holywell Trust, Londonderry

  • 6 December - Armagh City Hotel, Armagh

Find out more and register on our Eventbrite page at the link below:

Further information on T:BUC Camps and the Central Good Relations Fund, is available via the links below.

Further details on applying will be available when the schemes open.