Pauline Cambell on Dunlewey

Pauline Cambell on Dunlewey

Pauline Campbell, Director of Dunlewey Addiction Services, worked within the listed 36 Cliftonville Road from 1997 until it was destroyed by fire in 2003. She still has the original sign which was salvaged at the time. Pauline Campbell (Long edit) Pauline Campbell...
Volunteer Bank Project

Volunteer Bank Project

Strategic Partners: Volunteer Now; Prince’s Trust. Volunteers are vital for all of the Cluster members. Coordinating volunteers, though, takes time and effort, and members of the Cluster have lots of different capacities for doing this. This project aims to...
Urban Design

Urban Design

Strategic Partners: Department of Communities and Department of Infrastructure, Academy of Urbanism, Royal Society of Ulster Architects (RSUA), Ministerial Advisory Group on Architecture and the Built Environment, Royal Town Planning Institute. The physical...
Philanthropy: Past & Present

Philanthropy: Past & Present

Many (if not all) of the fifteen organisations comprising the North Belfast Heritage Cluster (NBHC) have engaged in philanthropic activity during their lifespan. Acts of philanthropy – defined as the desire to promote the welfare of others – were, and remain,...
34-36, Cliftonville Road – Dunlewey Original Sign

34-36, Cliftonville Road – Dunlewey Original Sign

The history of 36, Cliftonville Road and its inhabitants illustrates the development of North Belfast more generally. ‘Cliftonville’, as the row of terraced and semi-detached villas, was known in its formative years represented the first suburban development...