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          Black History Month: Samuel Neilson, Equiano and Belfast Charitable Society

          October 5th, 2020|0 Comments

          In the first of this series of articles for Black History Month we are looking at Samuel Neilson […]

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          Clifton House Virtual Lunchtime Talks available to book now!

          September 23rd, 2020|0 Comments

          In light of Covid restrictions, Belfast Charitable Society have been unable to reopen the doors of Clifton House […]

          • 9 Sept 1918

          On This Day 1918: Former Poor House child donated £50 to Belfast Charitable Society

          September 9th, 2020|0 Comments

          John Trimble was admitted to the Poor House in May 1858 at the tender age of aged 7. […]

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          Belfast Charitable Society: Celebrating 268 years!

          August 28th, 2020|0 Comments

          At the George, 28th August 1752

          The evening of Friday 28th August 1752 was cool in Belfast. After closing […]

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          510, 2020

          Black History Month: Samuel Neilson, Equiano and Belfast Charitable Society

          October 5th, 2020|0 Comments

          In the first of this series of articles for Black History Month we are looking at Samuel Neilson and Olaudah Equiano, one of the first black abolitionists to visit Ireland.

          Equiano himself had […]

          2309, 2020

          Clifton House Virtual Lunchtime Talks available to book now!

          September 23rd, 2020|0 Comments

          In light of Covid restrictions, Belfast Charitable Society have been unable to reopen the doors of Clifton House for our regular tours. However, we have developed a unique set of virtual talks […]

          510, 2020

          Black History Month: Samuel Neilson, Equiano and Belfast Charitable Society

          October 5th, 2020|0 Comments

          In the first of this series of articles for Black History Month we are looking at Samuel Neilson and Olaudah Equiano, one of the first black abolitionists to visit Ireland.

          Equiano himself had […]

          2309, 2020

          Clifton House Virtual Lunchtime Talks available to book now!

          September 23rd, 2020|0 Comments

          In light of Covid restrictions, Belfast Charitable Society have been unable to reopen the doors of Clifton House for our regular tours. However, we have developed a unique set of virtual talks […]

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          • Daniel_Orme,_W._Denton_-_Olaudah_Equiano_(Gustavus_Vassa),_1789

          Black History Month: Samuel Neilson, Equiano and Belfast Charitable Society

          October 5th, 2020|0 Comments

          In the first of this series of articles for Black History Month we are looking at Samuel Neilson and Olaudah Equiano, one of the first black abolitionists to visit Ireland.

          Equiano himself had been born in […]

          • Copy of Copy of Spring 2020

          Clifton House Virtual Lunchtime Talks available to book now!

          September 23rd, 2020|0 Comments

          In light of Covid restrictions, Belfast Charitable Society have been unable to reopen the doors of Clifton House for our regular tours. However, we have developed a unique set of virtual talks which are delivered […]

          • 9 Sept 1918

          On This Day 1918: Former Poor House child donated £50 to Belfast Charitable Society

          September 9th, 2020|0 Comments

          John Trimble was admitted to the Poor House in May 1858 at the tender age of aged 7. His mother was still living in Belfast at the time but as his father had passed away. […]

          • Copy of Spring 2020

          Belfast Charitable Society: Celebrating 268 years!

          August 28th, 2020|0 Comments

          At the George, 28th August 1752

          The evening of Friday 28th August 1752 was cool in Belfast. After closing up their businesses and homes, a group of nineteen merchants, burgesses (councillors) and the local vicar, made […]