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Planning An Event

If your community group or organisation is planning an Ulster-Scots event over the coming months, send in the details using the form below and they will be added to the events listing on our website.

Please note all fields are mandatory.  The contact name and address you provide will be published on the website as visitors will require a point of contact for further information on the event. 

Note: If the details you are supplying are not your own, prior permission must be sought from the person you are nominating as the point of contact before their details are provided. 

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Example Case Studies

  • Banbridge Ulster-Scots Drama Summer School

    Banbridge Ulster-Scots Drama Summer School

    Banbridge Ulster-Scots Drama Summer School was held during the week 16 – 20 August 2010 in Banbridge Orange Hall under the guidance of experienced tutors and Director Philip Crawford from Happenstance Theatre Company. more »

  • Burns Night at Tobermore Village Hall

    Burns Night at Tobermore Village Hall

    This event took place on Saturday 21st January 2012 and attracted a large audience of people from across the area to pack the Orange Hall to capacity. more »

  • Lisneal College - Lambeg Tuition

    Lisneal College - Lambeg Tuition

    In 2010 the College started to engage with the Ulster-Scots Agency and an Ulster-Scots After School Club offering Highland Dancing, Lambeg drumming and Fife all of which were established as part of Lisneal’s wide range of extra curriculum activities. The College appointed County Down native Darren Gibson, a teacher in the Art and Design Department as their Ulster-Scots coordinator. more »

  • Movilla High School embarks on a journey to launch an Ulster-Scots Initiative in School

    Movilla High School embarks on a journey to launch an Ulster-Scots Initiative in School

    It all began at Easter 2010 when we invited the Ulster-Scots Agency to come in to our school and provide our Year 10 pupils with a one day ‘taster’ workshop. more »

  • Moyne Ulster-Scots, County Donegal

    Moyne Ulster-Scots, County Donegal

    Less than six miles from the sandy beach at Rossnowlagh in County Donegal stands Cully Orange Hall, the home base of Moyne Ulster-Scots. more »

  • Success of 10th fUSe FM Broadcast in Ballymoney

    Success of 10th fUSe FM Broadcast in Ballymoney

    During November 2011 the fUSe FM team in Ballymoney held their tenth run of the highly popular radio station. Broadcasting began on Monday 21 November at 8.00am and operated from the top floor of the Ullans Centre in Victoria Street, Ballymoney. The fUSe FM Ballymoney team, who are all members of the Ullans Speakers Association, conducted their broadcasts in their native Ullans / Ulster Scotch language. more »

  • Ulster-Scots Agency’s Community Workers Scheme

    Ulster-Scots Agency’s Community Workers Scheme

    The Ulster-Scots Agency has recently issued letters of offer to ten community groups throughout Northern Ireland for £130,000 under the Community Workers Scheme. The Scheme, which commenced in 2010, provides funding to groups delivering a range of Ulster-Scots activities to enable them employ a part time community worker to provide administration support. more »

  • Ulster-Scots Agency’s Community Workers Scheme

    Ulster-Scots Agency’s Community Workers Scheme

    The Ulster-Scots Agency has recently issued letters of offer to ten community groups throughout Northern Ireland for £130,000 under the Community Workers Scheme. The Scheme, which commenced in 2010, provides funding to groups delivering a range of Ulster-Scots activities to enable them employ a part time community worker to provide administration support. more »