We are hosting a number of Coffee and Conversation drop-in sessions across Ards and North Down during January-April. We’ve received some great feedback recently and are keen to continue having conversations with people in the area regarding integrated education and the potential for its growth in this area.
Our Coffee and Conversation sessions will be informal with a flexible start/finish time and people are welcome for tea/coffee, a bun and a chat. For catering purposes, please let us know which one you plan to attend by emailing Jessica@ief.org.uk.
Alternatively, you can let us know by filling in our online form here.
Join us for a chat and bring along anyone else you think may be interested!
Find us at:
Alderman George Green Community Centre, Bangor
Wed 30 January: 18.30-20.30
Tue 12 February: 09.30-12.30
Ballygowan Community Centre
Mon 1 April: 18.30-20.30
Wed 10 April: 09.30-12.30
Comber Leisure Centre
Mon 28 January: 09.30-12.30
Glen Community Centre, Ards
Thu 24 January: 09.30-12.30
Mon 18 February: 18.30-20.30
Green Road Community Centre, Bangor
Tue 22 January: 18.30-20.30
Kilcooley Community Centre, Bangor
Mon 14 January: 09.30-12.30
Lisbane Community Centre
Wed 27 February: 09.30-12.30
Thu 19 March: 18.30-20.30
Moneyreagh Community Centre
Wed 3 April: 09.30-12.30
Tue 16 April: 18.30-20.30
We look forward to meeting you soon!
You can download our Ards & Comber Coffee & Conversation leaflet here.
You can download our Bangor Coffee & Conversation leaflet here.
You can download our Ballygowan, Moneyreagh & Lisbane Coffee & Conversation leaflet here.
If you would like to organise a drop-in session like this near you or can’t make a session but would like to have a conversation then let us know by emailing Jessica@ief.org.uk.
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