Forthspring Inter Community Group

Moving on from Division

Two MUMO volunteers attended the Transformative Leader Programme in spring 2021. One of the outcomes was that Belfast City Council was able to  fund workshops and events in Forthspring September-October 2022. This was a huge benefit to the organisation. Youth Matters ran a great drama programme; the tea dancers had two armchair sessions; MUMO participants had a fascinating walking tour of the Shankill and Falls Roads; Springers children had an art workshop… these are just some of the events.  The benefit was felt throughout the organisation. Moving on from Division culminated with a brilliant Haloween party which 112 local residents attended – there were pumpkins, games, we had a tombola and bouncy castle… it was so good. Thanks to the volunteers for delivering such a brilliant programme and to Belfast City Council for funding.

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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

Well done to MUMO volunteers and caretaker – they were inspected by Belfast City Council a couple of weeks ago and did so well that