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Get ready to go the EXTRA MILE along Belfast’s waterfront

Belfast’s Maritime Mile is set to host a year of events and activities as Go the EXTRA Mile officially launches on Saturday 18 May. Delivered by Maritime Belfast Trust, the charity responsible for preserving and promoting Belfast’s maritime heritage, Go the EXTRA Mile is an invitation to local people and visitors to discover more of…

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Hundreds enjoy city’s Titanic heritage

550 Complimentary Tickets for Local Community Day on Belfast’s Waterfront As part of Maritime Belfast Trust’s annual Community Day, 550 people have enjoyed a complimentary visit to Titanic Belfast and SS Nomadic (Sunday 3rd March). The charity, which is responsible for promoting and preserving Belfast’s Waterfront & maritime heritage has been running the popular event…

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CATAGEN Leads Consortium that wins Clean Maritime Demonstrator Competition for Decarbonisation

CATAGEN have been successful in a consortium application to the Clean Maritime Demonstrator Competition (CMDC), supported by UK Department for Transport and delivered by Innovate UK. The Techno-economic Feasibility Study of ClimaHtech Innovative Clean Maritime Solutions is part of the Clean Maritime Demonstration Competition Round 4 (CMDC4), funded by the UK Department for Transport (DfT)…

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10 years of AVA Belfast

2024 Dates: 31.05.24 – 01.06.2024 Tickets for AVA’s mighty 10th birthday are on sale Friday at 10AM, sign up for our pre-sale to get first-access at 10am on Thursday 25th January. Secure yours now for the opportunity to be a part of Belfast history in the making. Current weekend tickets prices start from £106, Deposit…

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Titanic Quarter Ltd is pleased to announce the appointment of James Eyre as Chief Executive

The company behind the regeneration of Belfast’s Titanic Quarter has appointed James Eyre to the role of Chief Executive. James joined the team in August 2006, just prior to the commencement of construction of the first projects in Titanic Quarter.  In 2014, James took up the role as Commercial Director and has played a major…

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Vision for Belfast’s waterfront launched

Aim to make Belfast one of the world’s great waterfront cities. The Belfast Waterfront Promenade provides a framework to ensure that future regeneration of the city’s waterfront, one of the largest in Europe, follows an agreed set of design principles. The new approach was developed by the Belfast Waterfront Task Group, made up of representatives…

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Huge Titanic Quarter #TimeMatters grass art clock raises alarm on pancreatic cancer symptoms

Spectacular aerial pictures of a huge and unique piece of grass art beside NI’s iconic Titanic Belfast building have been created by local charity NIPANC to mark this year’s #TimeMatters campaign during Pancreatic Cancer Awareness Month. Captured by drone footage from the sky, the remarkable images show a giant alarm clock cut out of a…

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CATAGEN receive funding to decarbonise heavy duty machinery

CATAGEN, Terex and WRIGHTBUS have been awarded £6.27 million funding by the Department for Energy Security & Net Zero through Phase 2 of the Red Diesel Replacement programme, as part of the £1bn Net Zero Innovation Portfolio (NZIP). In total this funding is part of an £8.1 million project to decarbonise non road mobile machinery,…

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Back to the River-Maritime Mile through my Lens

Maritime Belfast Trust, the charity that preserves and promotes Belfast’s maritime heritage, has worked with Belfast Exposed, Northern Ireland’s leading photography organisation, and the local community to create a photograph exhibition that will be launched as part of the Belfast Maritime Festival. This exhibition showcases photographs taken by local community neighbourhoods of Belfast’s historic waterfront….

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Wheels for all on Belfast’s Maritime Mile

The More than a Bike scheme, is sponsored by Maritime Belfast Trust and Sustrans, who have come together with Migrant Help to offer individuals seeking sanctuary in Belfast refurbished bicycles, safety equipment and cycling skills training. As part of the Sustrans Community Active Travel Programme (CAPT), funded by the Public Health Agency, a six-week training…

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