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LCC statement

RATH Community cup postponed

Unfortunately after careful consideration due to the corona virus outbreak our sub group the RATH Community group have had to postpone this Sundays football event. Many thanks to the WheelWorks and Peace IV Programme Antrim and Newtownabbey for their understanding on this matter. We will assess the situation in the coming weeks with the hope …

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RATH Community Cup

This Sunday (15th March) our sub group the  RATH Community Group (Rathcoole) are running a Disability football tournament at three mile from 11.30am to 2.30pm. Family feel atmosphere such as bouncy castles dinky donuts etc   All are welcome.

Stevie McCrea new mural

This evening members of Dalaradia attended the official unveiling of a new mural for our friend Stevie “Xray” McCrea.  

Ulster Scots – Rathcoole  Primary and Abbots Cross Primary Schools

Today our group was pleased to facilitate an educational Ulster Scots event involving music , poetry and story telling in relation to Robbie Burns , this was delivered free to Rathcoole  Primary and Abbots Cross Primary Schools. These fantastic shows can be delivered to any school or youth group, please contact us if you would …

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Spring Lectures 2020

Social function

This evening our group help a social function for our members. It was also a night to present a plaque to a very good friend of ours, Jim Rainey. Jim would be known to host very popular “Night at the riots” evenings which we have held on many occasions. He help and friendship through the …

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Robert Burns day

Happy Robert ‘Rabbie’ Burns day folks. Scotland’s National Bard, Robert Burns, was born on this day in 1759. His birthday continues to be celebrated around the world. Many people don’t realise that he also had close connections with Ulster. He is regarded as Scotland’s national poet: an icon who has loomed large in Ulster/Scottish culture …

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Ulster Scots

Yesterday evening in the Skainos Centre, Belfast our group in conjunction with REACH hosted an evening challenging the idea that Ulster-Scots has a sectarian subtext and that it does not have cross community potential by pointing to evidence in several literary and autobiographical texts that have not received sufficient critical attention. The meeting was organised …

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Ian Adamson event

Last Thursday evening our group hosted an event at the The Somme Association & Somme Museum in Conlig to remember our former patron and friend Dr Ian Adamson OBE on the 1st anniversary of his passing. Two stained glass pieces of artwork were made by the community and donated to the Somme Museum in his …

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