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  • Ballymoney Update January 2016

    Ballymoney Update January 2016

    WAVE Ballymoney is wishing everybody a Happy and Healthy New Year 2016. We have many different courses and events coming up, so please have a look at our Update.

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  • Silent Testimony Exhibition on the move to Paris!

    Silent Testimony Exhibition on the move to Paris!

    The Silent Testimony exhibition undertaken by Colin Davidson was taken down this morning in the Ulster Museum after 7 months and packed and crated ready for Paris.

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  • Six days left to see Silent Testimony at the Ulster Museum

    Six days left to see Silent Testimony at the Ulster Museum

    An exhibition of portrait paintings by Colin Davidson which reveals the stories of eighteen people who are connected by their individual experiences of loss through the Troubles - concludes at the Ulster Museum on Sunday 17th January 2016.

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  • James Nesbitt: Don't forget victims of Troubles - BBC News

    James Nesbitt: Don't forget victims of Troubles - BBC News

    The actor and WAVE Trauma Centre patron James Nesbitt highlighted that the political deal reached between Northern Ireland politicians last year let down the victims of the conflict. In an interview for BBC Radio Ulster's Sunday News programme, James Nesbitt said he hoped his OBE award would bring more awareness to the work of WAVE.

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