A King comes to Belfast!

A King comes to Belfast!

Yesterday, the 13th of September, Belfast welcomed a royal visitor in the form of the newly crowned King Charles and Queen Consort Camilla. Following their visit to the Royal Residence in Northern Ireland, at Hillsborough Castle, the couple made their way to St Annes...
Six x Six: Indian Community Centre

Six x Six: Indian Community Centre

As part of the ‘Look North: North Belfast Festival’, six video interviews were recorded, each 6 minutes long, featuring six of the Cluster Member buildings. In this interview Paula Reynolds, chief executive of the Belfast Charitable Society talks with Dr...
A Street Through Time: Indian Community Centre

A Street Through Time: Indian Community Centre

Indian Community Centre on map of Clifton Street Connected to the Carlisle Memorial Church by a cloister was its Sunday School, which opened in 1889. Sunday schools combined academic education with moral, religious teaching so were an important way to encourage...
Diwali: Celebrating the Festival of Lights

Diwali: Celebrating the Festival of Lights

Tuesday 2nd November 2021 marks the beginning of Diwali, the five-day festival of lights, which is celebrated by Hindus, Sikhs and Jains all over the world. Diwali is the most popular festival in India, equal to Christmas in importance, and celebrates the triumph of...
Satyavir Singhal on the Indian Community Centre

Satyavir Singhal on the Indian Community Centre

Dr Satyavir Singhal, who is a consultant in the Royal Hospital, is also Chairman of the Indian Community Centre and is keen to see the listed building used for festivals and events for the whole community. Satyavir Singhal Interview (Long edit) Satyavir Singhal...