Tuesday 22 September, 2020
9:30am - 1:00pm
at ABC Community Network, 82 Thomas Street, BT62 3NU
COVID-19: We’ve added some additional safety measures so we can assure participants that we’re following guidelines to reduce the chance of infection. These include reducing participant numbers to 6 people, safety briefing, temperature and questionnaire, social distancing, sanitising system, track and trace.
This free programme for people living in the Armagh City, Banbridge and Craigavon Borough Council area, is run by Council Peace IV Programme in partnership with Rural Community Network (RCN) and REACT and is delivered by Martin Snoddon of Northern Spring.
Sessions will be offered on-line on Wednesdays from 10-12 noon and will be complemented by 3 additional virtual tours that will explore the women’s stories where they happened.
|16th September 2020 (Wed)
23rd September 2020 (Wed)
28th September 2020 (Mon)
30th September 2020 (Wed)
|5th October 2020 (Mon)
7th October 2020 (Wed)
12th October 2020 (Mon)
14th October 2020 (Wed)
21st October 2020 (Wed)
This course is being run on-line due to the current restrictions. As new guidance continues to emerge and change regarding Covid-19 we may consider running this programme in a suitable venue in the Gilford/Banbridge area if it is deemed safe to do so.
We particularly welcome people from across all sections of the community and those who have never engaged in a Peace IV Programme. Places will be allocated to reflect the diverse nature of the Council area with a priority placed on encouraging people who have not been involved in similar programmes. Spaces are limited.
To express your interest in this programme, please contact Lesley at REACT:
Please note - this course was previously advertised early in 2020. Expressing an interest does not guarantee a place. REACT will inform you if you have been successful after the closing date.
** Closing date for receipt of Expression of Interest forms is 4th September 2020**
Every Thursday for 4 weeks starting 30th July 2020
For further information contact Trina on 028 3089 8119
Why not set up digital Listen Share Change for your group to come together and have a chat!
We use storytelling to help people start a conversation, have a laugh and make new friendships.
Participants can take part in an online session using Zoom or by phone using a freephone number.
Sessions will last for approximately 45 minutes - 1 hour.
If you are interested in taking part and would like further information, please contact:
Life through the lens of Ireland’s 18- to 25-year-olds
What objects or places have helped or inspired you? Are there things that may have held you back? Capture and tell the story of your generation through the lens of your smartphone.
How to share your story...
What place or object helps, inspires or hinders you? Is there an object that symbolises the people who shape your story? Think about an image that will creatively capture the essence of that.
Draw people into your story with a photo that catches the eye and imagination. Try a different angle, a close-up, or use a filter.
Your photo should tell the main story. A caption can help people understand the importance to you of the object or place in the image.
Submit your photo via ria.ie (maximum of five photos per person) so it can be part of the bigger picture.
Go to www.ria.ie for further information and to submit your entries.
Closing date: 30 September 2020
Living with or after a cancer diagnosis?
Do you want to enhance your resilience, rediscover strengths and increase your ability to cope?
Join our online self-management programme called iHOPE. The programme focuses on topics including:
Start dates: 21st September and 19th October
The course lasts 6 weeks. We ask that you commit a minimum of 2 hours per week, at a time to suit you, and have access to the internet via smartphone, tablet or PC.