NWCN E-bulletin 23 February 2017

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1 Fundraising Advice Clinics - Wed 1 March & Thur 9 March 2017

2 Unscheduled Care in Western Trust area - Your experience, views and suggestions

3 The 2017 Derry Credit Union Limited - Young People's Awards

4 Joint Forum seeks new sector reps

5 Community Places - Free Planning Advice Session

6  Social Attitudes Survey

7 Volunteering opportunities with Easilink Community Transport

8 Job opportunity with Little Hands SureStart      

9 Volunteering & Job Opportunities with Kinship Care

10 DCSDC Restricted list for Artists, Technicians and Facilitators for Events

11 Architectural Heritage Fund: Support Officer – Northern Ireland

12 Death Café 

13 National Self-harm Awareness day with Zest

14 Are you feeling down or anxious?

15 Derry Men’s Shed Open Day

16 Digital Inclusion Survey

17 RNIB Connect roadshow

18 Latest Offers from Salto Youth

19 Get Started with Fire & Rescue

20 Entitled

21 Emerald Light Crystal Healing Clinic

22 Glitz and Glamour and Dance Moves like no other!

23  Derry Dumped Divorcee Support Group  

24  Local Talent nominated for Sports Recognition Award



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1  Fundraising Advice Clinics - Wed 1 March & Thur 9 March 2017

Are you looking for expert funding advice?
NWCN is offering expert free fundraising clinics to members – your organisation can avail of one hour of support and advice. 

You must be a member of NWCN to avail of this opportunity – you can download the membership form at  
www.nwcn.org for 2017-2018.

You can come along and discuss any fundraising plans your organisation may have or simply generate new ideas; you can also get suggestions on how to diversify your income and search for suitable grants.

The fundraising clinics last for one hour each, taking place on two dates: Wednesday 01st March & Thursday 09 March 2017 both running from 10am - 5pm.

There are only 3 slots left so if interested please contact the Network ASAP. You can attend on your own or bring others with you from your staff or Committee.

The following slots are now available:


01 March

09 March




















If you would like to book a slot please contact NWCN on 028 7127 9090 or email info@nwcn.org quoting which time suits you best.
*Please note that a penalty may arise from non-attendance*

Venue: DiverseCity Community Partnership, Ronan Downey Room, 8-14 Bishop Street.


2  Unscheduled Care in Western Trust area - Your experience, views and suggestions

Can you spare 15 minutes of your valuable time to answer eight straightforward questions about Unscheduled Care in this part of the Western Health & Social Care Trust area?

If so please click here to begin this anonymous survey.

North West Community Network has been commissioned by the Western Local Commissioning Group (LCG) to conduct Community Engagement around the area of Unscheduled Care.  

Unscheduled Care basically refers to when someone accesses health and social care services unexpectedly.  This can occur at any time and crosses the traditional boundaries between general practitioner (GP), community and hospital services and means there must be a 24 hour service available.

Across the Western Trust area, over 1000 surveys will be completed by the end of March 2017 and then analysed to determine what changes or priorities need to be considered in the shaping and commissioning of future services.

You can decide to complete the survey yourself, share it with friends and family, colleagues and service users.  The value and analysis of responses will be greatly improved if you can include answers on Age, Gender and Post Code so you are kindly asked to record these.

Your can complete this survey electronically here or, if more convenient, print and complete by hand.  It is also available on the Network's website -  www.nwcn.org   

Unscheduled Care Survey 


3   The 2017 Derry Credit Union Limited - Young People's Awards

Now in its thirteenth year, this youth-initiated event has grown from strength to strength.
Last year, over forty young people were recognized for their positive work.

This year’s awards ceremony takes place: Monday, 10th April 2017, in the City Hotel, Queens Quay, Derry at 8.00 pm

Seven Award Categories: 

  • Contribution to the Arts
  • Business and Entrepreneurship
  • Carer
  • Courage
  • Leadership
  • Contribution to Sport
  • Volunteering

Who can be nominated?
Individuals, groups, clubs and teams can be nominated. To be eligible, the young person (nominee) or group/team members must:

  • be at least 11 years of age and must not have reached their 19th birthday before 31 December, 2016; and
  • live, attend school or volunteer within the common bond of Derry Credit Union Limited — e.g. in the city-side up to the border and in the Waterside up to the old city boundaries.

Nominees do not have to be members of Derry Credit Union Limited.

Who can nominate?
A parent, friend, teacher, community group, coach, brother or sister — anyone who appreciates the contribution of a young person.

Nominators do not have to be members of Derry Credit Union Limited.

You may nominate as many young people as you like. Additional nomination forms may be obtained at Reception, downloaded from www.derrycu.com or requested from Mary.Crumley@derrycu.com.

How to make a nomination:

It is easy to nominate a worthy young person or group. Just download this form onto your desktop, complete it, and email it to Mary.Crumley@derrycu.com or print off a hard copy and post or hand deliver it to The Education and Training Officer, Derry Credit Union Limited, Abbey Street, DERRY BT48 9DN.

Hard copies are available for collection in our office on Abbey Street.

Deadline for receipt of nominations is 1.00 pm on Saturday, 4th of March, 2017. Please note the early deadline this year!


4 Joint Forum seeks new sector reps


The Joint Forum is comprised of representatives from across government and the voluntary and community sector. It facilitates an open discussion about the relationship between the two sectors. The VCG meets with the membership from government departments three times per year as the Joint Forum. The VCG also meets independently before each Joint Forum meeting. 


The Joint Forum is currently seeking new sector reps and the nomination process is open to all members of the voluntary and community sector. 


Download the criteria and nomination form here


5 Community Places - Free Planning Advice Session

Community Places continues its free planning advice sessions for people and community groups in the Holywell DiverseCity Community Partnership, Bishop Street, Derry~Londonderry on the first Wednesday of each month.

The next one is on Wednesday, 1 March 2017 and the drop in session runs from 1.00 pm to 3.00 pm.

Our staff can provide independent advice on all kinds of planning issues in towns, rural areas and villages.  We can also provide advice on how to object to a planning application, how Derry City and Strabane District Council’s planning department deals with development that is built without planning permission and information on the planning system. 

There is no need to make an appointment.  If you are not able to drop into the advice session, we can provide planning advice by telephone (9023 9444) or you can also contact us by email (info@communityplaces.info).  

Community Places is an independent charity which provides free planning advice to people and communities who cannot afford private consultants. 


6 Social Attitudes Survey

My name is Karolina Urbanska and I am a PhD researcher based in School of Psychology, Queen’s University Belfast. I am currently recruiting Northern Ireland participants from Catholic and Protestant backgrounds for an online research study. The aim of the study is investigate how quickly people process social information and the social values they hold. This study is a collaboration between QUB, University of Saint Andrews and Australian National University.

The participation in the study is anonymous and takes around 15 minutes.

We are raffling four prizes (vouchers worth £40, 3x£20) among those who partake.

This anonymous online survey can be accessed at: https://standrews.eu.qualtrics.com/SE/?SID=SV_8jfSVeecXP2AYFT&SB=1&id=0

If you have any questions regarding the study or recruitment, do not hesitate to contact me via email at kurbanska01@qub.ac.uk or telephone number 028 9024 4558.


 7  Volunteering opportunities with Easilink Community Transport

Easilink Community Transport Require Volunteer Car Drivers
In the Park, Craigbane, Claudy, Eglinton & Waterside areas for our Volunteer Car Scheme

  • Do you have a few hours a week to spare?
  • Do you have a full clean driving licence & access to your own car?
  • Are you over 25?


  • We reimburse all travel at 40p per mile & full training is provided
  • We provide community transport services in your local area for those who don’t have access to transport for local appointments & community activities

While volunteering you can:

  • Keep your benefits
  • Get expenses paid
  • Get a reference
  • Become more employable
  • Gain skills
  • Help others & Make friends

Please note all volunteers will be subject to Access NI checks

To find out more about volunteering please contact: 028 7188 3282


8 Job opportunity with Little Hands SureStart                     

Little Hands SureStart is a dynamic, voluntary and statutory sector partnership funded by the Department of Education through the Western Childcare Partnership Board to provide a range of services to families with children aged 0 – under 4.  The support services we offer are designed to encourage children to reach their social, emotional, physical and intellectual potential. 

To help us deliver our support programmes we are recruiting the following position:
Deputy Childcare Leader (Maternity Cover), Ref: BHCP/2017/DCLM
Hours: 16 hours per week
Salary: NJC Scale 14-17 £16,781 (Per Annum Pro-Rata)
The recruitment panel may decide that other applicants on the merit list will be offered positions on a reserve list to fill any vacancies that may arise for the same position within the following 12 months
The post is intended to contribute to developing quality early years services to every child within our catchment area. The Deputy leader will assist the Childcare leader to manage a small team of Childcare Assistants to deliver a stimulating and educational childcare facility for 0-4 year old age group.
The successful applicant should meet the following essential criteria:

  • QCF Level 5 Diploma in Child Care or equivalent
  • 1 year (term-time) paid experience in a childcare setting including 1 year’s supervisory experience of staff /volunteers 

The Selection Panel reserves the right to enhance the criteria in order to facilitate a manageable shortlist
Closing date for receipt of applications is: Friday 3rd March 2017 (12 Noon)
For an application & further information including a job description and person specification, please e-mail
secretary@littlehandssurestart.co.uk or telephone reception on 02871 367524 / 02871 267524 for a recruitment pack.
BHCP is an equal opportunities employer.


 Volunteering & Job Opportunities with Kinship Care

Kinship Care NI invite applicants for: SHOP VOLUNTEERS (KCNI.KNK.R1.01) 

To assist in the day to day running of our Kids n’ Kinship Shops including the efficient and effective management of premises and stock, and the delivery of a high quality retail service in support of children in kinship care.

Volunteers will receive expenses of up to £60.00 per week to subsidise their lunch and cost of travel to and from the shop.

Based at 1 Carlisle Road, L'Derry, BT48 6JL and/or 54 Spencer Road, L'Derry, BT47 6AA
Monday to Saturday 10am – 4.30pm (hours are flexible)

For more information and an application form contact Martina on 028 71373731 or e-mail  martina.kinshipcareni@gmail.com

Closing date for completed applications is: 12 noon, 13th March 2017.

This volunteer position will be subject to an Enhanced Access NI Check.


Kinship Care NI invite applicants for the position of: SESSIONAL WORKERS (Ref: KCNI.SWD.R1.01)

To work alongside staff and volunteers to develop and deliver programmes and activities to children and young people in kinship care.

£10.00 per hour (as and when required)
Based at 67 Carlisle Road, Derry/Londonderry, BT48 6JL

Application Forms can also be requested via e-mail from martina.kinshipcareni@gmail.com

  • A minimum of 4 GCSE's grade C or above.
  • Experience working with children and young people either in a paid or voluntary capacity.
  • Experience identifying and assessing need and risk in relation to supporting children with their social, emotional, health and/or educational development.
  • Ability to demonstrate sensitivity towards difficulties faced by children and young people in kinship care.
  • IT skills.
  • A current driving licence with access to a car. (Can be waived in the case of applicant whose disability prohibits driving, but who is able to organise suitable alternative arrangements). 

It should be noted that the criteria may be enhanced to facilitate short-listing.

Closing date for completed applications is: 12 noon, 13th March 2017.

Kinship Care NI operates a child protection and vulnerable adults policy.
AccessNI checks will be carried out before an appointment can be confirmed.

We are an equal opportunities employer.


Kinship Care NI invite applicants for the position of: BUSINESS AND OPERATIONS MANAGER (READVERTISEMENT) (Ref: KCNI.BM.R1.01)

This post is a readvertisment.  Previous applicants need not apply.

To oversee day to day operations and contribute to the strategic development, growth and success of Kinship Care NI. 

This position is full time (37.5 hours per week), for a fixed term of 4 years.
Salary:  £33,500 per annum
Based in Derry/Londonderry

  • Degree (or equivalent) qualification in business or a closely related field.
  • At least 3 years’ experience (out of the last 5) managing and supervising staff and/or volunteers.
  • At least 2 years’ experience (out of the last 5) managing budgets and compiling financial reports.
  • Excellent written and oral communication skills.
  • Sound knowledge of, and experience in matters of Child Protection and Safeguarding.
  • A current driving licence with access to a car. (Can be waived in the case of applicant whose disability prohibits driving, but who is able to organise suitable alternative arrangements).
  • IT skills 

For a Job Information Pack contact:-
Kinship Care NI, 67 Carlisle Road, L’Derry, BT48 6JL. 
Tel: Jacqueline on 028 71373731
Application Forms can also be requested via e-mail from

It should be noted that the criteria may be enhanced to facilitate short-listing.

Closing date for completed applications is 12 noon, 13th March 2017.

Kinship Care NI operates a child protection and vulnerable adults policy.
AccessNI checks will be carried out before an appointment can be confirmed.

We are an equal opportunities employer.


10  DCSDC Restricted list for Artists, Technicians and Facilitators for Events

Derry City and Strabane District Council has issued an open call for the development of a restricted list for Artists, Facilitators and Technicians to be used during our annual events calendar.  This is an annual call for 2017 - 18 financial year. 

The council has established a public outdoor events programme for 2017 – 2018 which will include a number of major events throughout the year. We anticipate additional public events and celebrations to be programmed on an ad hoc basis.  These events may vary in nature, scale and requirements. The council is seeking to appoint energetic and enthusiastic artists and technicians to assist with the creation and the delivery of arts programmes with diverse communities of interest, place and art-form across the city.

Artistic services that will be considered might include but are not exclusive to;

  • Costume Design & Creation
  • Art or Craft Workshops/ Programmes
  • Sewing
  • Large Scale Prop Making
  • 3 D Sculpture
  • Flag Making / Textiles
  • Dance / Performance
  • Music / Percussion
  • Balloon Modelling,
  • Face Painting,
  • Hand Held Prop Making
  • Mask Making
  • Lantern Making
  • Sound
  • Lighting
  • Other

Council are holding 2 public Information sessions on this to be held in the Alley Strabane at 11am and at 2.30pm TODAY in the Guildhall on Thursday 23rd February 2017.

More information: 


11  Architectural Heritage Fund: Support Officer – Northern Ireland

The Architectural Heritage Fund (AHF) is expanding its UK team of freelance Support Officers. As a result of new funding from the Department for Communities’ Historic Environment Fund and the Pilgrim Trust, AHF is recruiting a Northern Ireland-based Support Officer on a part-time contract (150 days per year or 3 days per week on average) for a two-year period from April 2017. The fee for this work is £30,500 per annum, including expenses. (Home based)

Growing Community Enterprise Through Heritage

This new role has been created to lead on the delivery of AHF’s Growing Community Enterprise Through Heritage project in Northern Ireland. The project’s objectives are to:

  • Provide more opportunities for voluntary sector groups to develop and secure capital funding for projects which will result in the acquisition and economically sustainable re-use of historic buildings, particularly in deprived communities
  • Inspire new community start-ups in historic buildings, particularly in areas where there are low levels of social enterprise activity
  • Champion and showcase community enterprise through heritage in Northern Ireland.


The Support Officer role will be launched alongside a new small capacity-building grants programme (Project Viability Grants and Project Development Grants) targeted at priority projects which have the greatest potential to deliver sustainable community business uses within historic buildings. This combination of hands-on support and seed funding will help community enterprises set off on the right path and attract investment.

A detailed brief and person specification can be downloaded from the AHF website: www.ahfund.org.uk/jobs

Please email details of your company/contractor self employed status and how you could meet the brief by midnight on Wednesday 15th March, to Gavin Richards gavin.richards@ahfund.org.uk

Interviews will take place on Friday 24th March at the Heritage Lottery Fund office, 51-53 Adelaide Street, Belfast, BT2 8FE.


12 Death Café 


Where: The Warehouse, Guildhall Square, Derry/Londonderry

 When: Sunday 5th March 2017, 3 p.m.


Come along to drink tea or coffee, eat cake and discuss death. Our aim is to increase awareness of death to help us all to make the most of our lives. A death café is an opportunity to talk about death in a safe environment. It is not a bereavement support or counselling session


Free event. Just pay for your tea/coffee/cake.


As space is limited please book a place by emailing linda@compassionatecommunitiesnw.com , call 02871 359888 and ask for Linda or text 07590 354365


13   National Self-harm Awareness day with Zest

Zest: Healing the hurt ltd is having an open Day on Wednesday 1st March as part of the National Self-harm Awareness Day events.

We would like to welcome all members of the community including C&V support organisations to drop in between 10.00am and 4.00pm to hear about the work we do and to see around our premises. Refreshments will be available throughout the day and counsellors will be available to answer any questions you may have.

Everyone is very welcome!


14  Are you feeling down or anxious?


Would you like to avail of FREE one to one support with a trainee Well-being coach?


This service is based on a guided self-help approach and can help you

  • Improve your mood
  • Improve symptoms of anxiety including panic attacks or phobias
  • Improve sleep patterns
  • Become motivated to improve your overall quality of life 

At a Glance:

-How many sessions? it varies, but usually 6-8

-How long does each session last? Around 40 minutes

-How will it help me feel better? Provides the opportunity for you to work with the coach to:

  1. Identify and change unhelpful thinking patterns and behaviours
  2. Identify problems and set goals to deal with them. 

If you are interested in learning more please don’t hesitate to contact Jane on 02871260602 (AWARE) or email: treanor-j1@email.ulster.ac.uk


15 Derry Men’s Shed Open Day

Invitation to Derry Men’s Shed Open Day
Date: Monday 27th February, 11am-3pm
Venue: Gasyard Centre

Join us at Derry Men’s Shed Open Day. Come along and take a look around, view some of the things that have been made and meet our members.

Maybe you might become a member yourself!  
Tea & sandwiches will also be provided.
tommy@bbhealthforum.org or ring 02871 365330


16 Digital Inclusion Survey

We are Citizens Online, an independent Digital Skills Charity, and we have been commissioned by NI Direct to help them develop a Digital Inclusion Strategy.

We have produced a short online survey and it would be very helpful if you could take just a few minutes to complete it.

Please follow the link or cut and paste into your browser


Your responses will help us gauge the current level of readiness and engagement in this area by a range of organisations and stakeholders across Northern Ireland. We have a very strict Privacy Policy and none of your answers will be shared in a format that would enable the source to be identified.

The results will be presented to the Digital Assist Steering Group in March and shared with all participants in April.

Thank you for your contribution - three organisations will be drawn at random to receive a free Tablet Computer.


17 RNIB Connect roadshow
RNIB Connect invites people affected by sight loss and their friends and family for ‘Coffee and Chat’ to see how a Connect Community can work for you
Roe Valley Arts and Cultural Centre,
24 Main Street, Limavady
Date:   Thursday 6 April
Time:  12 noon (Tea/Coffee and sandwiches) to 3pm (approx)
RSVP is essential

Call Jim Nash on 07927155673


18 Latest Offers from Salto Youth

Event Wise training
Event Wise is a dynamic personal development training that equips educators in order to support their parallel process into guiding people’s learning.
Organizer: Olde Vechte Foundation (NGO/Others)
This activity is for participants from: Austria, Belgium - DE, Belgium - FL, Belgium - FR, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Macedonia, Former Yugoslav Republic of, Malta, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovak Republic, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, United Kingdom
Application deadline: 2 March 2017

› More details

Short Study Visit: Sportive Step for Youth Participation
The aim of the activity is to gather organizations and youthworkers that are from the sport field and to introduce them the examples of using sport as a tool in youthwork in Turkey
Organizer: Turkish National Agency (National Agency)
This activity is for participants from: Erasmus+: Youth in Action Programme countries
Application deadline: 9 March 2017

› More details

Sport has the power to provide a universal framework for learning values, thus contributing to the development of competences of young people.
Organizer: Spanish NA (National Agency)
This activity is for participants from: Erasmus+: Youth in Action Programme countries
Application deadline: 2 April 2017

› More details

European Training course for youth workers to explore the power of music in non-formal education activities with young people with different aims (to relax, to activate, to cooperate, to reflect, to promote learning, etc.)
Organizer: Spanish NA (National Agency)
This activity is for participants from: Erasmus+: Youth in Action Programme countries
Application deadline: 28 May 2017

› More details

Call for Trainers
IYNF "Border-free Solidarity!" international activities - call for trainers/facilitators
International Young Naturefriends (IYNF) is looking for 2-3 facilitators/trainers
Application deadline: 12 March 23:59 (CET)
More information:


19 Get Started with Fire & Rescue

Are you 16-24? Want to learn new skills?

Get Started with Fire & Rescue
6th – 10th March, Derry/Londonderry
Taster/Selection day: 1st March

Meet new people and improve your skills by working on a Fire & Rescue Challenge.

Not only will you discover new talents and develop new skills, but you’ll also benefit from support from our staff or one of our mentors to help you uncover your next steps.

  • Learn basic firefighter skills including ladder climbing and hose running
  • Travel expenses paid on programme
  • Doesn't affect your benefits
  • Up to three months support

Programme developed and delivered by The Northern Ireland Fire Service

Get a 1st Hand Experience of what it’s like to train to be a firefighter! An exciting opportunity to participate on a programme with Professional demonstrations and interactive sessions with experienced facilitators

Please note the programme is fully funded so it is free to the participant 

Get in touch to secure a place on course
Contact: Chris McDonagh 07739859692 or Sharon Doherty 07714490856 (Prince’s Trust)


20 Entitled

The Playhouse Theatre, Derry
Saturday 25th February at 6:30pm

FREE Admission
Created by: Fionnuala Kennedy with the Macha Community Company
Produced by: Jo Egan
Cast: Bernadette Brown, Caroline Curran and Louise Matthews
Northern Ireland
Welfare Reform
Fresh Start Agreement
This is a play
This is not real life
It’s a story
Who is entitled to benefits? Who is entitled to say who shouldn’t receive support?  We have written characters who are deserving and who aren’t – fraudsters stealing our hard-earned money.  They are fictional.  They are not real.  We have created them.
Have your say in the audience referendum.  It’s not real.  It’s a device.  Your vote won't change anything.  This is a play.  This is not real life.
Reality is worse.
A new work examining the impact welfare cuts in Northern Ireland.  The impact of the cuts has been purposely played down, and will lead to devastating consequences.  Where do you go for help when the debt mounts and your political leaders are concerned with Green and Orange issues? This production invites all of those who want change but feel that their vote is wasted, and their voice unheard.


21 Emerald Light Crystal Healing Clinic
The Emerald Light Crystal Healing Clinic will take place on the fourth Tuesday of every month from 7pm-9pm in:
The Wellness Centre
101A Irish Green Street
Investment: £10:00 per treatment
The next clinics are:

  • Tuesday 28 February 2017
  • Tuesday 28 March 2017
  • Tuesday 25 April 2017

Outreach clinics and workshops:
The Emerald Light Healing Clinic can provide an Outreach Clinic Service to any interested community organisation or other group (maximum number for Outreach Clinic is 24 and the minimum is 15)
We can also provide workshops and courses on a variety of topics including introductory courses on crystals and energy work, relaxation and meditation and Bach Flower Remedies.
If interested in an Outreach Clinic, workshops or further information contact:
Betty on: 077 3146 4691 or Teresa on: 077 5611 1771


22 Glitz and Glamour and Dance Moves like no other!

Strictly Come Dancing is coming to the Everglades hotel and are Children in Crossfire are recruiting Male and Female dancers!  Training starts Sunday 12th March 2017

Children in Crossfire would like to invite dancers of all abilities to join our show.  Couples, friends and family Tony Deveney and team will teach you dancing skills that you will carry through your life whilst having lots of fun and making new friendships.

We want you to get ready for a dancing time of your life recruitment is now so you can dazzle your family and friends as they watch you on the floor with all your new technical moves from cha cha to waltz to jive and much more!

If you are interested in becoming Strictly Participant please contact Eileen at Children in Crossfire on 028 71 269898 or email



23  Derry Dumped Divorcee Support Group  

It’s really unforgettable and very very funny!

Rosie, Maura and Eileen are dumped by their husbands for younger models! Maura goes on a 6 month pub crawl,
skinning her knees as she chases after toy boys. Meanwhile, Eileen starts a 9 day roll over novena to any saint that might be listening, but Rosie, sensible as always, talks them into starting a support group. However, the first meeting of the Derry Dumped Divorcee Support Group brings some very funny characters to their door.

Ladies come along for the craic. Gents come along if you dare!

Venue: Millenium Forum

Date: 1st March 2017 - 4th March 2017

Price: £12.50 - £16.50




24  Local Talent nominated for Sports Recognition Award

Please vote for local Plumbridge Rider Rachael Robinson in the Ulster Herald's Sports Recognition Award:



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