The family of a North Belfast man who died after falling into the River Lagan in January have said they are gutted that a fundraising night at the Lansdowne Court Hotel to raise money for a trust fund set up in his memory has had to be postponed after the hotel’s sudden closure.
The family and friends of a North Belfast man who died after falling in to the River Lagan in January after a night out are nearing their target of raising £40,000 to buy sonar equipment for a community rescue team after a series of fundraisers over the last month.
I’ve made a huge mistake. That’s one of the most-used phrases from one of my favourite television shows of all-time (Arrested Development for those keeping up). But it’s also the exact words I was thinking when I made a recent post on Twitter.
Elderly and vulnerable people in North Belfast are to get a helping hand through the worst of the winter weather thanks to a new initiative by local community groups.