Lagan Dragons is Northern Ireland’s first ever breast cancer survivor Dragon Boat team, formed in September 2015, with training sessions from Belfast Boat Club, 12 Lockview Road, Belfast.
Our team is open and inclusive to all, however, we are primarily made up of breast cancer survivors, family members and medical professionals who have supported us and been involved in our diagnoses and treatment, but we welcome new members of all ages, backgrounds and abilities!
Join me for a welcoming and uplifting day focusing on your own self-care. All too often this is neglected as we are so involved in caring for others either in our work or day to day life. Whilst we know we need to prioritise self-care due to the negative impact of therapeutic practice, we may not prioritise it as much as we should. This unique workshop provides a space to reflect on how therapeutic practice can be transformative in ways that are positive and enriching.
Enjoy unique adventure activities at budget prices!
Similar to a fun-fair, The Jungle’s Family Fun Day is an open-park day and offers a range of outdoor activities by token. Simply buy as many tokens you wish, exchange your tokens for the activity, or activities, of your preference and enjoy a fun family experience day unlike any other!
Do you want to bring about positive change in your community? Do you have a passion for working with disadvantaged or marginalised communities, to help improve life-chances and tackle inequality and discrimination?
Did you know you can study one day per week to gain a professionally accredited degree in Community Development?
Come along to our Drop-In Information Session to meet the course team and find out more about the course, including what topics you will study, costs and sources of funding.
The latest in our series of collaborative, bring and tell learning sessions focuses on Measurement, Meaning and Manageability.
In our effort to promote Good Impact Practice, sometimes we measure too little and trust our intuition that the work makes a difference and other times we measure everything and lose sight of what is meaningful.