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Northern Ireland - Prosiectau

Canfod prosiectau sy’n agos atoch chi


  1. Unlocking Film Heritage: Northern Ireland on Film

    Northern Ireland Screen has been curating and making accessible film materials that tell the region's unique stories, spanning from 1897 to the present day

  2. Young Shoulders

    Cancer Fund for Children's Young Shoulders Programme supports young people struggling with their parent's cancer diagnosis

  3. Hearing Hub and AVUK

    The Hearing Hub is a Belfast-based group set up by parents for families of children with hearing loss.

  4. HMS Caroline

    HMS Caroline is the lone survivor of the 250 ships of the British and German Fleets that fought at the Battle of Jutland in World War I.

  5. Lagan Village Youth & Community Group

    Making music as a means of communication and engagement has helped young adults with special needs discover new skills and abilities.

  6. Imaginarium Arts and Story Centre

    The Imaginarium Arts and Story Centre is a magical place offering exploration and play, where children can let their imagination go wild. It is the first of its kind in Northern Ireland.

  7. Wheelchair Hurling

    Wheelchair hurling makes the traditional Irish sport accessible to players in wheelchairs with dedicated coaches and provision of new clubs.

  8. Youth Together - East Belfast GAA

    An inclusive Gaelic club in Belfast, Northern Ireland, East Belfast GAA’s Youth Together project seeks to welcome migrants, refugees and children from low-income families into sport.

  9. The Niamh Louise Foundation

    A charity set up in memory of a teenager who lost their life to suicide, The Niamh Louse Foundation is taking the taboo away from suicidal thoughts and helping young people manage with their mental health.

  10. An Tobar

    An Tobar is a community wellness centre and social farm in south Armagh, Northern Ireland that aims to connect people with nature to improve their health.

  11. Bangor Court House

    The Court House is an independent non-profit venue which hosts a year-round programme of music and arts events.

  12. Mae Murray Foundation

    Mae Murray Foundation - Portstewart Inclusive Beach

    Mae Murray Foundation is committed to making beaches across Northern Ireland accessible to people with physical, learning and sensory needs.