Bowling at the North Belfast Working Men’s Club

Bowling at the North Belfast Working Men’s Club

The first bowl, 1914 (donated to NBWMC by the family of a former club member who ha later migrated to Australia) Much of Belfast’s identity has been shaped around its heavy industry, in shipmaking and linen for example. As large sources of employment, the trades...
Six x Six: North Belfast Working Men’s Club

Six x Six: North Belfast Working Men’s Club

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 video, Chief Executive of the Belfast Charitable Society, Paula Reynolds, sits down with...
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...
Six x Six: North Belfast Working Men’s Club

Colin Hall North on Belfast Working Men’s Club

Reverend Colin Hall Thompson is the current President of the North Belfast Working Men’s club. He is the fourth generation of his family to be involved in the club, which was established by his great grandfather in 1894. Colin Hall Interview (long edit) Colin Hall...