The Honourable
The Irish Society

Committed to serving the community



NA Piarsaigh Doire Trasna GAA Club, Derry

Run by a Committee of 18 volunteers, NA Piarsaigh Doire Trasna currently caters for just over 500 members – 300 of whom are under the age of ...
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Neighbours United : Together United, Strabane

Set up in 2022 to ensure the children in their area were not disadvantaged by the cost of activities and involving older residents to help ...
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North Belfast Youth Choir

Founded in 2015, North Belfast Youth Choir aims to transforming the musical education of post-primary pupils from all communities in the region, broaden their horizons ...
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North West Zone Bowls, Limavady and surrounding areas

Taking a squad of 26 players (aged 17-68) to Wales to participate in the British Isles Top Team competition in December, North West Zone Bowls ...
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Reach Across, Derry

REACH Across was formed in 1995 in response to the need and interest for a cross-community youth group in the NW region of Northern Ireland.  ...
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Shankhill Junior Football Club

Founded in 1987, Shankhill Junior FC is a community based football club for all boys and girls offering sporting services and wider community activities to ...
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St Eugenius Bovevagh Parish Church, Dungiven

Serving the local Drumrane community with both Christian worship, bowls, children’s clubs, youth and elderly organisations, and linking to local food banks and other charities, ...
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St Patrick’s Hall Committee, Portrush

Open to parishioners and inhabitants of St Patrick’s Parish and surrounding area, St Patrick’s Hall provides facilities for recreation; the development of religious and spiritual life; and ...
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Tempo Maguires GAC, Co Fermanagh

Affiliated to both the Gaelic Athletic Association and Ladies Gaelic Football Association, Tempo Maguires GAC has 216 adults and 234 youth members participating from U6 ...
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The Rainbow Project, Derry

A regional health and wellbeing charity working across NI to improve the lives of LGBTQIA+ people and their families and support networks, The Rainbow Project ...
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Tullyally Community Partnership, Derry (Working towards a better community)

Establishing a Men’s Shed earlier in the year – in response to residents’ desire to have something for the well-being of the local male community, Tullyally ...
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Derry-Londonderry : International City of Peace

The Rev’d Dr David Latimer, who has been one of the architects of peace and reconciliation in the city of Derry, made a small application ...
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