Ordinary Women in Extraordinary Times

Due to the ongoing situation with COVID19 these programmes have been postponed until further notice. 

Armagh City, Banbridge and Craigavon Borough Council Peace IV Programme in partnership with Rural Community Network (RCN) and REACT is offering a free programme for people living in the Council area called Ordinary Women in Extraordinary Times. The Programme traces key influential women from a variety of traditions and their contribution to leading change in Ireland particularly during the 19th and 20th Century.

Wednesdays 2pm – 4 pm, Gilford Community Centre, 5 Riverside, Gilford BT63 6ET
• 22nd April 2020
• 29th April 2020
• 6th May 2020
• 13th May 2020
• 20th May 2020
• 27th May 2020

Study Visits: (requires some walking)
• Dublin Residential - Saturday 16th May/ Sunday 17th May 2020
• Belfast (day visit) - Saturday 30th May 2020

We particularly welcome people from all sections of the community and those who have  never engaged in a Peace IV Programme. Places will be allocated to reflect the diverse nature of ABC Council area with a priority placed on encouraging people who have not been involved in similar programmes.  Spaces are limited.

Please contact Teresa McKernan at RCN to express your interest in this project by emailing teresa@ruralcommunitynetwork.org or ring RCN on 028 8676 6670.

Please note expressing an interest does not guarantee a place. RCN will inform you if you have been successful.

** Closing date for receipt of Expression of Interest forms is 13th April 2020**

A project supported by the European Union’s Peace IV programme, managed by the Special EU Programmes Body (SEUPB)