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Footprints Women’s Centre Sustainable Living Manager will participate in Schumacher Ireland’s Sustainable Leaders programme at Belle Isle Castle, Co Fermanagh in April 2014

Schumacher Ireland in association with Schumacher College, Devon and the School of law, Queen’s University Belfast pioneers transformative learning for a sustainable future

This project brings together a group of 20 individuals active in the field of sustainability in Northern Ireland for a residential course to develop their capacity to lead the transition to a sustainable and resilient society: economically viable, socially just, ecologically stable and free of communal division.


The objectives of the project are to:

New Art Project ‘Symbols of the Heart’ keeps Footprints Women’s Centre’s gardeners busy this winter

Through support from the Lisburn-Castlereagh Peace 111 Partnership, the Workers’ Educational Association have commissioned an artist to work with Footprint’s Garden Group producing a piece of art for the Kitchen Garden.

The group are working on a totem pole incorporating symbols which have been meaningful to the group during their time at the Centre. The Totem Pole will be situated in the Kitchen Garden and will be unveiled in April 2014

Funding from Bombardier will expand Footprint’s Kitchen Garden in 2014

A grant of £2,000 was awarded to Footprints Women’s Centre’s Environmental Action Project in January 2014 by the Bombardier Aerospace (NI) Foundation. This award will be used to build on the success of our environmental projects.

We will expand the Kitchen Garden developing additional grounds within the Centre for food growing. Now in our fifth year of growing fresh fruit and vegetables, we plan to plant more fruit bushes and build additional raised beds for growing vegetables. A steep bank adjacent to the Kitchen Garden will also be transformed into a wildflower meadow.

Reducing our Carbon Footprint’ Project wins the West Belfast Partnership Community Environment Award 2013

Footprints Women’s Centre were pleased to be named as the overall winner of the West Belfast Partnership Community Environment Award 2013

The awards which are held each year celebrate those who have worked to improve, protect and enhance the environment in the following categories: Public Art, Education and Community.

The ‘Reducing our Carbon Footprint’ project is one of many initiatives undertaken by Footprints Women’s Centre as part of our efforts to reduce our ecological footprint.