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Lisburn garden resurgance
10 September 2015

The Mayor of Lisburn with gardeners

The Conservation Volunteers have just celebrated the launch of a new community garden in Lisburn on 21st August.

The garden was officially opened by Councillor Thomas Beckett, the first Mayor of Lisburn City &...

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TCV empowering young people
8 September 2015

Young man gardening

The Conservation Volunteers have extensive experience of empowering young people enabling them to reach their potential.

Building on our expertise, we intend to submit an application to the Big Lottery Empowering...

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Challenge Fund brings sunshine to Ballyholland club
1 September 2015

Ballyholland Sunshine Club with Mark H Durkan

Ballyholland Sunshine Club celebrated some Challenge Fund funding recently.

The Conservation Volunteers will support the Sunshine Club to engage the wider Ballyholland community to 'Bring the Past to Life'...

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Challenge Fund brings wildlife into Doury Estate, Ballymena
31 August 2015

People in front of a house with a mural

Residents in Doury Road estate in Ballymena are to embark on a number of environmental workshops to encourage wildlife into their estate.

The project will bring together local people in a programme of environmental...

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Sustrans Active Belfast Challenge award
27 July 2015

TVC receiving the Sustrans Active Belfast Challenge award

The Conservation Volunteers staff in Belfast celebrated winning the Sustrans Active Belfast Challenge and picked up a brilliant trophy made from recycled bicycle parts, at a celebration event.

The challenge...

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