Belfast Charitable Society, and Clifton House, is a member of the North Belfast Heritage Cluster, a group of voluntary organisations that own or care for an historic building (and graveyard!) in the area. The aims of the Cluster is to deliver heritage-led regeneration, using what’s special about the area to create a more confident sense of place.
Our work is about:
finding ways to support the organisations who look after this heritage
making sure that people from all backgrounds can enjoy using the buildings and exploring the stories long into the future.
Great Place North Belfast
Great Place North Belfast is a project of the North Belfast Heritage Cluster. It uses the unique built heritage and authentic character to deliver and support regeneration in this part of north Belfast. Working with fifteen heritage organisations the project features their historic buildings and sites stretching for one mile along Donegall Street, Clifton Street, the Crumlin Road and part of the Antrim Road.
It is funded by The National Lottery Heritage Fund, with additional funding from Belfast Charitable Society (BCS)
Led by Belfast Charitable Society, the project aims to:
Support Cluster members to become more resilient;
Develop heritage programming that makes our buildings and stories even more important for the future of north Belfast.