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Pictured at the launch of the 2018 Christmas Family Appeal and Translink and U105's 'Stuff a Bus' initiative are (from left):  Ian Campbell, Acting Director of Service Operations at Translink; Major Paul Kingscott, Divisional Leader of the Salvation Army; Archie Kinney, Regional Vice President of St Vincent de Paul and Denise Watson of U105.

Christmas Family Appeal launched

Foyle Street Bus Station is just one of the many locations across the North where people can donate gifts to The Salvation Army and St Vincent de Paul’s (SVP) annual Christmas Family Appeal, which is running until December 18.

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‘Pitch’ perfect opportunity for local designers

‘Pitch’ perfect opportunity for local designers

Derry City & Strabane District Council are encouraging local designers to enter a new competition to win an opportunity to showcase their brands to thousands of buyers, influencers, retail and trend experts at the UK’s leading fashion tradeshow ‘Pure London’ on February 10-12, 2019.

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Dream catcher workshop sold out

Dream catcher workshop now sold out at The Void

Inspired by their current exhibition, The Long Note by Helen Cammock and referencing the history of Derry’s Shirt Factories, families are invited to hand weave their own dream catcher from old shirts at the Void Gallery this Saturday (November 17) (2pm-4pm).

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Mencap NI helps Aiden secure employment

Mencap NI helps Aiden secure employment

Mencap NI is calling on businesses in Derry to employ more people with a learning disability, as part of the charity’s Learning Disability Work Week to raise awareness of the benefits of employing someone with a learning disability.

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Language activists Liam Logan and Linda Ervine.

Council to host Irish and Ulster-Scots events

Language activists Liam Logan and Linda Ervine will share their extensive experience of working within the fields of Ulster-Scots and Irish when they appear at ‘Language Links’ in Eglinton Community Centre from 12-2pm on Friday, November 16 and in Derg Valley Leisure Centre from 12-2pm on Friday, November 23.

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