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Belfast City Aiport Community Funding drives Bangor NI Foodbank

Bangor NI Foodbank

George Best Belfast City Airport Community Fund has financed a brand-new Peugeot van for Bangor NI Foodbank which will be used to help supply food to those in North Down who are in need. With more than 45 active volunteers, the foodbank relies solely on voluntary food donations from local supermarkets, churches, businesses and schools.…

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New water stations at Newry school thanks to Warrenpoint Port

NEW WATER STATIONS AT NEWRY SCHOOL THANKS TO WARRENPOINT PORT

New drinking stations have been installed at a Newry school thanks to funding from Warrenpoint Port. The project which provided bottle filling docks at Our Lady’s Grammar School in the city will enable students to access drinking water and reduce the use of plastics within the school. The initiative is among the first to receive…

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Belfast City Airport funds relaxation space for Strandtown

Strandtown Primary School used the funds to renovate an old courtyard into an interactive learning space, complete with all-weather furniture, games and a wooden tepee for the children to play in.

George Best Belfast City Airport’s Community Fund has funded a relaxing and quiet outdoor space for Strandtown Primary School, aimed at children that may find a regular playground overwhelming. Strandtown used the funds to renovate an old courtyard into an interactive learning space, complete with all-weather furniture, games and a wooden tepee for the children…

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Belfast City Airport supports South Belfast Conservation Project

The George Best Belfast City Airport Community Fund has provided financial support to two south Belfast-based community groups for a new conservation project. Lagan Village Youth and Community Group joined with the Orchardville Society to create an outdoor garden which was officially opened at a special event hosted by both groups at the Lagan Village…

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Belfast City Airport Supports Coach Development at West Belfast Football Club

Lighthouse Communications client Belfast City Airport supports St Oliver Plunkett Football Club

Six coaches at a west Belfast-based football club have progressed through the Irish Football Association’s Level One Coaching Award, thanks to support from George Best Belfast City Airport. The financial support which St. Oliver Plunkett Football Club received from the airport’s Community Fund meant coaches could take extra time to complete the IFA course, which…

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Belfast City Airport wins Business of the Year at Arts & Business Awards

Allianz Art & Business NI Awards 2018 celebrations with Sean McGrath, CEO, Allianz; Martin Bradley, MBE, Chair, Arts & Business NI; Michelle Hatfield, George Best Belfast City Airport (Business of the Year Award winner) and Mary Nagele, Chief Executive, Arts & Business NI

George Best Belfast City Airport has won the Business of the Year title at the 2018 Allianz Arts & Business NI Awards. The prestigious accolade, which is awarded to a business that has excelled in integrating arts and culture through different facets of its business strategy, was presented in front of an audience of 250…

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