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Local breast cancer charity Pretty ‘n’ Pink have officially opened the charity’s first ever Information & Support Hub based at The Park Centre in Belfast. The new hub will house the charity’s main administrative office, as well as offering a newly expand
A new opportunity for young people aged 16-30 to develop their employability skills and gain a qualification is coming to Newry. The Prince’s Trust Youth Academy will be taking place in the Magnet Young Adult Centre for eight weeks from 9th March.
Rural Support, which helps farmers and farm families in developing their farm businesses as well as providing helpline support for those in crisis situations, has appointed Veronica Morris, as its new Chief Executive.
After the success of the last number of years, Pretty 'n' Pink are thrilled to announce that we have expanded and have launched the first ever Pretty ‘n’ Pink Breast Cancer Charity Information & Support Hub!
An education project created by The Consumer Council and Triangle Housing, with support from Mid and East Antrim Borough Council, has been shortlisted for the ‘Working in partnership’ award at the Chartered Institute of Housing 2020 Housing Awards.
The Charity Commission for Northern Ireland is creating a list of trustees and a list of interim managers, who can be called on to provide assistance in a charity either on a short or long term basis – and is looking for interested parties to apply.