Why the GAA’s rulebook poses a conundrum for unionist president of new east Belfast club

Why the GAA’s rulebook poses a conundrum for unionist president of new east Belfast club – Nelson McCausland

https://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/opinion/columnists/nelson-mccausland/why-the-gaas-rulebook-poses-a-conundrum-for-unionist-president-of-new-east-belfast-club-39258357.html

 

Ballymac Friendship Centre up coming online programs

A list of up coming programs on Loyalist Culture – Not to be missed!

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Executive plan for returning to work

Executive approach document

Our approach document

Covid19 Data

Please see below the latest information for offering COVID response in your community and with volunteers. This week we will periodically post these.

Covid19 data

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Guide to Mitigating the Risk of Infection from Covid-19 for community-based activities

Please see below the latest information for offering COVID response in your community and with volunteers. This week we will periodically post these.

Guide to Mitigating the Risk of Infection from Covid-19 for community-based activities

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Sample risk assessment template (Covid-19)

Please see below the latest information for offering COVID response in your community and with volunteers. This week we will periodically post these.

Sample risk assessment template (Covid-19)

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Shopping Support Volunteer during COVID-19 Pandemic

Please see below the latest information for offering COVID response in your community and with volunteers. This week we will periodically post these.

Shopping Support Volunteer during COVID-19 Pandemic

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COVID 19 Self Prevention and Prevention Measures

Our group continues to offer support throughout different communities during the coronavirus (covid-19) pandemic. The simplest thing everyone can do right now is look out for their neighbours and offer help with shopping and other errands.

This week we will periodically post information for doing COVID response in your community and with volunteers. The International Committee of the Red Cross kindly shared various information strategy’s. To start it will be – Frequently Asked Questions

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VE Day

On this day in 1945, Europe celebrated the surrender of Nazi forces. After almost 6 years of war on the continent, VE Day or Victory in Europe Day marked a day of national celebration.

The population of Northern Ireland along with their fellow proud Britons had waited more than 5 years for this moment. They had watched people of all Religions and backgrounds lose their lives in foreign fields and suffered through the Belfast Blitz of 1941.

101-year-old Omagh war veteran Bob Lingwood reflected on the “joyous occasion” which brought an end to the war that saw him captured by the Nazis and sunk at Dunkirk. “I had served the entire length of the war with six years’ service and we were glad that we were going to get home as I had been stationed for over three and a half years in the Middle East without leave. It was joyous occasion.”

Across Northern Ireland, people took to the streets, joining family and friends in jubilant parties. Sadly today due to the pandemic we must celebrate in a different manner but celebrate none the less.

Enjoy your day folks and stay safe – they gave their today, for our tomorrow.

Jim “Jonty” Johnston

Today marks the 17th Anniversary of the cowardly killing of our friend Jim “Jonty” Johnston. Members of Dalaradia were proud to lay a wreath in his honour.

Sadly the D Company RHCA memorial parade was cancelled due to the ongoing Covid19/Coronavirus pandemic, following consultation and being inline with current Government health advice on restricting gatherings of people, self-isolation and social distancing it was the correct decision.

Let’s honor our friends,

The men and women who served,
Whose dedication to our country
Did not falter, halt or swerve.

Honour – Service – Sacrifice
Lamh Dearg Abu