cultural heritage

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Clifton House

This talk will examine Belfast and its ties to slavery, from those who owned Plantations and enslaved people, to the West Indian merchants who benefited from what Henry Joy termed “the infamous traffic in the flesh and bone of man”.
Dates:
23 April 2021
Belfast
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Clifton House

Explore the medical history of the Poor House as recorded in our archives, from the different medical establishments we supported, to the patients and the doctors who treated them.
Dates:
30 April 2021
Belfast
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Clifton House

Explore the fascinating history of the Barbour Family of Lisburn, founders of Barbour Threads at Hilden. The Barbour family were not only industrialists but philanthropists, supporting their workforce and the local community.
Dates:
28 May 2021
Belfast
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Clifton House

Many of you will know about the key figures of Belfast who are buried in Clifton Street Cemetery including the activist, abolitionist and reformer, Mary Ann McCracken, and the founder of the United Irishmen, Dr William Drennan.
Dates:
07 May 2021
Belfast
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Rural Community Network

Are you part of a rural community group? Please take part in our survey which will help shape the future of this project in relation to funding opportunities, training, and events themed around rural heritage. #communityheritage #ourstoshare
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Online / Virtual

Clifton House

The Bigger family of Mallusk and Belfast have a long association with both Belfast Charitable Society and North Belfast.
Dates:
14 May 2021
Belfast
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Online / Virtual

Clifton House

The Chichester family laid the foundations for what would become Belfast City, owning it and the surrounding land for 250 years- a unique situation on the island of Ireland.
Dates:
21 May 2021
Belfast