Posts Tagged ‘Michelle Hatfield’

2019 Northern Ireland Best Kept Awards take off

(2) Entries are now open for the 2019 Best Kept Awards, sponsored by George Best Belfast City Airport. The awards seek to find the best kept schools, towns and villages, and healthcare facilities across Northern Ireland. Launching the awards at the Tropical Ravine in Botanic Gardens, Belfast, from left, is from left, Michelle Hatfield, Director of Corporate Services at Belfast City Airport; Joe Mahon, Patron of the NI Amenity Council and Doreen Muskett MBE, President of the NI Amenity Council. For more information or to enter the awards please visit www.niacbestkept.com.

The search has begun for the best kept schools, towns and villages, and healthcare facilities across Northern Ireland, following the launch of the Best Kept Awards, supported by George Best Belfast City Airport. The awards now in their 62nd year, run by the Northern Ireland Amenity Council, aim to recognise the outstanding contribution from community…

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Hip hip hooray celebrating the best of East Belfast with the third annual Eastside Awards

East Side Awards

Three cheers for the best of East Belfast as the third annual Eastside Awards launches in association with George Best Belfast City Airport, celebrating the achievements of the businesses and people of East Belfast. Open for entry until 19 October, new categories have been added to this year’s accolades recognising the thriving beauty and foodie industries within East Belfast…

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Bangor 10K set to hit the high notes with championship status

Belfast City Airport lunches the Bangor 10K - Lighthouse Communications

Belfast City Airport joins organisers to launch the popular Bangor 10K and announce support for charity’s bid to restore local landmark The Bangor 10K, in association with George Best Belfast City Airport, is set to hit the high notes once again as organisers introduce exciting new features following last year’s record-breaking event. Taking place on…

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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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Belfast City Airport manager honoured for sustainability efforts

Laura Duggan, Environmental Manager at George Best Belfast City Airport, is celebrating after being recognised by Business in the Community Northern Ireland (BITCNI) for her significant contribution to environmental sustainability.

Laura Duggan, Environmental Manager at George Best Belfast City Airport, is celebrating after being recognised by Business in the Community Northern Ireland (BITCNI) for her significant contribution to environmental sustainability. Laura received the George Dawson Award at the launch of the BITCNI Environmental Benchmarking Survey Results last week, where the airport received Gold Status in…

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“Magical Memory Garden” for those living with dementia opens in east Belfast

Palmerston Residential Care Home in East Belfast has officially opened its “Magical Memory Garden" to support those living with dementia.

Palmerston Residential Care Home in East Belfast has officially opened its “Magical Memory Garden” to support those living with dementia. The garden, which features a number of reminiscence areas, is the first garden of its kind ever created in Northern Ireland and has been funded by The Alpha Programme, Groundwork NI, Belfast City Council and Belfast…

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Belfast City Airport celebrates hat-trick of awards

George Best Belfast City Airport is celebrating after winning three prominent awards in the last number of weeks for its ambitious and successful community and employee initiatives.

George Best Belfast City Airport is celebrating after winning three prominent awards in the last number of weeks for its ambitious and successful community and employee initiatives. The airport was named the ‘Right Place to Work’ at the acclaimed Irish News Workplace & Employment Awards, the ‘Responsible Company of the Year 2017’ at the annual…

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