Actor Adrian Dunbar was among 60 business, arts, media and political figures highlighting integrated education’s role in a more peaceful and economically positive future here.
Top media executive David Montgomery and his wife Sophie, alongside actor Adrian Dunbar, hosted a Summer Drinks reception for the Integrated Education Fund in Kensington, London to highlight the relevance of integrated education in Northern Ireland.
Attended by over 60 guests including high profile business people, personalities, politicians and former Integrated Alumni, the event also celebrated the IEF’s 25th anniversary.
Local actor Stephen Hagan and his wife, comedienne Wendy Wason, as well as Stiff Little Finger’s Ali McMordie, broadcaster Maxine Mawhinney, BAFTA’s Deputy Chair, Anne Morrison and Campaign Chair Baroness Blood were among those in attendance united by a motivation to ‘put something back into the society they grew up in’ said Adrian Dunbar who is presently starring in BBC drama Broken.
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