Forthspring Inter Community Group

Candles in a tea cup

MUMO’s partnership with ArtsEkta continues. Participants made these beautiful soy candles in tea cups and really enjoyed the activity. They also wrote lovely verses about what tea means to them. The project will continue with online activities until current restrictions are eased.

This project will explore:

  • The origins of tea
  • Connections with India and China
  • The history of how and when tea arrived in Northern Ireland
  • The story of tea suppliers – both past and present
  • Social connections – such as stories of Belfast dockers and tearooms

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A new direction for Forthspring

Forthspring has appointed Dr. Kate Laverty as its new director.  She will provide leadership to the youth services, family support, after-school childcare, women’s groups, pensioners

Building purchase

Forthspring Inter Community Group is delighted to have been awarded £168,000 towards purchasing the building from the Community Ownership Fund based within the Department for

Scores on the door

We got a 5 for our Score on the Door (highest score) – we were absolutely delighted. This gives us confidence that our building is