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100 objects for 100 years

We have selected 100 objects from our museum collections – Ballycastle, Ballymoney, Coleraine and Limavady – which reflect the history of the Causeway Coast and Glens […]

Colmcille 1500 – Strings of Heaven

Strings of Heaven is an original composition released by local harp players to celebrate 1500 years since the birth of Colmcille. The ‘Colmcille 1500’ project, supported by […]

NI100 Photographic Diary

2021 marks the centenary of Northern Ireland. Causeway Coast and Glens Borough Council developed a programme of events and initiatives to mark this historic occasion. The […]

Beyond ‘newcomer’ narratives – 5) Ancient History and Personal Reflections

  This talk, delivered by Nic Wright from Causeway Coast & Glens Council Museum Service, was the last in a series of five facilitated sessions delivered […]

100 Years – Famous Sons and Daughters of the Causeway Coast and Glens – all nominees

Highlighting the best of our Borough from the first 100 years of Northern Ireland, the Famous Sons and Daughters project celebrates the lives of our high […]

100 Years – Famous Sons and Daughters of the Causeway Coast and Glens showcase exhibition

Beyond ‘newcomer’ narratives – 2) Cultural and Religious Understanding: Knowledge and Practice

   This talk, delivered by Naomi Green and guest speakers from Belfast Islamic Centre, was the second in a series of five facilitated sessions delivered […]

Beyond ‘newcomer’ narratives – 1) Minority ethnic and Muslim history in NI: a snapshot

   This talk, delivered by Naomi Green from Belfast Islamic Centre, was the first in a series of five facilitated sessions delivered in partnership with […]

An introduction to collections care and the Ballymoney Museum Community Resource Area

Who do you think you are? Migration and identity in Rathlin, Ballycastle and the Glens Collections care and archiving training were some of the in-person workshops […]

Protected: Who do you think you are? Getting started at PRONI

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