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Belfast celebrates learning

19 Feb 2019

Lord Mayor of Belfast, Councillor Deirdre Hargey launched the Belfast Festival of Learning 2019 in City Hall. Taking place from 4 – 10 March, it celebrates its fourth year with a busy programme of free interactive and engaging events across Belfast. To view highlights of the event, click on the video below:

Lord Mayor of Belfast, Councillor Deirdre Hargey and Danny Power, chair of the Belfast Strategic Partnership’s Lifelong Learning Group pictured at the launch of the Belfast Festival of Learning 2019

Call your bannermen...winter is coming to Belfast

18 Feb 2019

In preparation for the arrival of the GAME OF THRONESTM: THE TOURING EXHIBITION, coming to the TEC Belfast for its first and only limited-engagement visit to the UK and Ireland, sigils from fans’ favourite houses have appeared around the city. Lord Mayor of Belfast, Councillor Deirdre Hargey snapped a selfie with one outside City Hall. To find out more, click on the video below:

Lord Mayor infront of the Game of Thrones banner at City Hall

Lord Mayor celebrates Care Day 2019 with VOYPIC

15 Feb 2019

Lord Mayor of Belfast, Councillor Deirdre Hargey welcomed representatives of VOYPIC (Voices of Young People in Care) to City Hall to celebrate Care Day 2019. To find out more about their visit, click on the video below:

Lord Mayor of Belfast, Councillor Deirdre Hargey

‘Home’ at the heart of Belfast photography exhibition

14 Feb 2019

A photography exhibition focused on the theme of ‘Home’ and developed by people with a mental health illness, addiction or learning disability, was launched at City Hall by Belfast Lord Mayor, Councillor Deirdre Hargey. Click on the video below to find out more:

'Home through the Lens' exhibition launch

Lord Mayor launches new ‘smart city’ tourism experience for 'Maritime Mile'

5 Feb 2019

Lord Mayor of Belfast, Councillor Deirdre Hargey helped launch a new 'smart city' tourism experience for the city's 'Maritime Mile'. Visitors to Belfast’s Maritime Mile will get a chance to see previously silent landmarks like the Big Fish ‘wake up’ and anyone with a mobile phone can strike up a conversation and hear what they have to say. To find out more, click on the video below:

New interactive expereince for Belfast's 'Maritime Mile'
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