The senior ladies group at Footprints visited the Lord Mayor Arder Carson on the 2nd June 2015 with staff and volunteers. The ladies lobbied and rasied issues of recent funding cuts and their impact on older people in the community. We had a great time and got a lovely tour of the City Hall. Everyone is currently enjoying our summer scheme full of activities including a barbeque and outings to places such as Dobbies Garden Centre.
As part of their summer programme Footprints Women's Centre Young Girl's Group took part in Belfast City Council's clean up campaign, 'The 2015 Brush Off'. The girls picked up litter and cleared paths around Footprints Women's Centre and the Colinmill area of Poleglass. Well done to the group for all their hard work and effort.
On the afternoon of Friday 22nd May, Footprints’ pre-school room started to fill up with our very excited pre-school children and their proud parents. While the staff got the children ready with their hats and gowns, the parents took their seats in the drop in. The children, looking very smart in their robes, got a few pictures taken and had one last practice before lining up to go outside to our outdoor play area.