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Northern Ireland

June 2020 - Gobbins and trip to Whitehead Railway Museum. Await further details on this event.

17th May 2020 - Service at St Georges Church, Belfast to commemorate the birth and life of Florence Nightingale.

12th May 2020 - Bicentenary service held by The Florence Nightingale Foundation at Westminster in 2020.

Saturday 09th May 2020 - In order to celebrate the bicentenary of the birth of and life of Florence Nightingale the following is planned. 

A rose bed is being prepared within the Botanic Garden rose garden as a wonderful reminder of her contribution to nursing and the public health reform.

Thirty Florence Nightingale roses will be planted in November in preparation for a splendid show of blooms in May 2020! It is a cream rose with pink blush on tip of petal.

We plan to meet at 1230hrs at the Gardens for a viewing followed by afternoon tea from 1430hrs at The Grand Central, Belfast (top floor).

Guests welcome, cost will be £30 TBC paid prior to the event by BACS transfer and will be non refundable (TEA SURNAME). Payment not due yet.

14th or 21st March 2020 - Food Tour (Belfast) and St Patricks Celebrations, more details to follow...

Wednesday, 30 April 2014 00:00

Welcome to Northern Ireland

Maintaining contact and friendships with former Corps members. An active branch who welcomes new members.


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