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1st Lisburn Scout Group
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Email: scouts@firstlisburn.org

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1st Lisburn Scout Group is locally part of the Lisburn District and internationally part of a worldwide Movement which has over 28 million members in over 216 countries. We are currently in our eightieth year having been founded in September 1924 - initially as part of the Belfast District. The aim of Scouting is to promote the development of young people in achieving their full physical, intellectual, social and spiritual potential, as individuals, as responsible citizens and as members of their local, national and international communities.

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AT & T Directory Assistance
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Use our online directory to find phone numbers, addresses, maps and directions for businesses and people in the U.S. We recently updated the information listing to provide better results.

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Australian Telephone Directory
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Belfast & Lisburn Women's Aid
Address: 30 Adelaide Park, Belfast, BT9 6FY, Northern Ireland
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Email: admin@belfastwomensaid.org.uk

Web Link: Belfast & Lisburn Women's Aid


Welcome to Belfast & Lisburn Women's Aid Website Belfast and Lisburn Women's Aid provides confidential support, information and emergency accommodation for women, with or without children, whose lives have been affected by domestic violence. This Website will provide you with information about domestic violence and our work. If you are experiencing domestic violence, click on the 'Support' section or contact us directly by telephone, fax or email.

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Belfast Telegraph Classifieds
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Births, Deaths, Marriges etc.

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Bryson Care, Safe & Well Volunteer Befriending Service. Covering County Down & Lisburn Areas
Address: Ballynahinch Community Services Building, 45 - 47 Main Street, BT24 8DN, Ballynahinch
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Web Link: Bryson Care, Safe & Well Volunteer Befriending Service. Covering County Down & Lisburn Areas


For over one hundred years, Bryson has been helping the most vulnerable people in Northern Ireland. Bryson Charitable Group manages the Befriending Services of the Safe & Well Project and is available to all those over 65 years of age who live in County Down and Lisburn, within the South Eastern Health and Social Care Trust area. *** The Bryson Care Volunteer Befriending element is just one of a plethora of free services on offer by the Project; the main aim is to improve health & well being, so that older people can remain living in their own homes for as long as possible. *** Many of our older friends have limited social contact and they can often be lonely. We realise too that it doesn’t matter if they live in the town or the country, they can still feel isolated and need a friend…. But our befriending is more than having a cup of tea and a chat! We work hard to ensure that older people retain / regain their independence and quality of life for as long as possible.

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Canadian Telephone Directory
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Forces Lisburn Community Information Portal
Address: BFPO 801, Lisburn, BT28 1AA
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Local & Online Information for Armed Forces Personnel, Families & Civilians at Lisburn. Weather, Jobs, Schools, Shops, Services, Advertising, Business, News, Events, Groups, Sports, Transport, Attractions, Traffic News, Hotels, Holiday and B&B Accommodation

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Hillsborough Village Centre
Address: 7 Ballynahinch Road, Hillsborough, County Down, Same site as Downshire PS, BT26 6AR
Contact: Mr. David Agnew
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Email: info@hillsboroughvillagecentre.com

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Since being officially opened by Her Majesty The Queen in December 2005, Hillsborough Village Centre has become a hub of activity and a community focal point which facilitates people of all ages, abilities and backgrounds. The whole complex is a not-for-profit charity community venture and every penny of income generated over and above running costs is re-invested to maintain and improve the facilities and equipment available. While our main focus is the community, we also provide state of the art facilities for the commercial user in rooms equipped with boardroom furniture, digital projectors, laptops, wireless broadband access and a mounted flatscreen TV with DVD player. The Centre can also take care of catering requirements for any occasion.

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Irish Linen Centre & Lisburn Museum
Address: Market Square, Lisburn, BT28 1AG, County Antrim, Northern Ireland
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Telephone: +44 28 9266 3377
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Email: museumservices@lisburn.gov.uk

Web Link: Irish Linen Centre & Lisburn Museum


As a registered museum, its aim is to collect, safeguard and interpret artefacts and information relating to the Irish linen industry and the history of Lisburn and the Lagan Valley, making them accessible now and preserving them for the future. OPEN TO THE PUBLIC Monday - Saturday 9.30 -17.00 throughout the year. Public holiday closure dates will be listed on this site, under Opening Hours. ADMISSION There is no admission charge. We hope you enjoy your visit and will consider making a donation to enable us to continue to provide high quality service and exhibitions of excellence. ACCESS There is full disabled access throughout the building. Car parking for disabled badge holders is available. Staff have been trained in sign language and blind awareness. An induction loop is fitted throughout the building. A guide to Flax to Fabric is available in Braille. The exhibition text panels of Flax to Fabric are available in French, German and Italian. THE MUSEUM SHOP The Museum Shop offers an opportunity to purchase a wide range of linen and craft goods, jewellery, cards and books. More information is available on The Museum Shop section of the site. Telephone +44 28 9266 0074 CAFÉ Café Crommelin, named after the French Huguenot settler, Louis Crommelin, who helped to develop the linen industry, is licensed and provides snacks and light meals throughout the day. Tel. +44 28 9260 7993. HOW TO GET HERE Only 300 m. from the rail and bus stations. Disabled parking is possible at the Museum and public car parks are within 50 m. There is a 24 hr. interactive Tourist Information Point outside the building.

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Jeffery Donaldson MP
Address: The Old Town Hall, 29 Castle Street, Lisburn, Co Antrim, BT27 4DH
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Telephone: +44 (028) 9266 8001
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Email: jeffreydonaldsonmp@laganvalley.net

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As your local MP, I work closely with my two colleagues in the Assembly, Cllr Edwin Poots MLA and Cllr Norah Beare MLA and with our other local Councillors to address a wide variety of matters that are of importance to the local community. Here is a sample of some of the issues that we have been involved with on your behalf:

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LaganView Enterprise Centre
Address: Drumbeg Drive, Old Warren Estate, Lisburn, BT28 1QR
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Email: laganview@btconnect.com

Web Link: LaganView Enterprise Centre


Welcome to the new LaganView Enterprise Centre website. I hope you take time to browse through our site and familiarise yourself with our centre and what facilities and services we offer to the Old Warren Community and beyond. Within the site you will find useful links to all our funding partners and please take time to read up on our Board of Directors profiles. We are pleased to say that our Board of Directors has a good representation of agencies and bodies which will help provide a pool of expertise and knowledge to create an environment for good management of the centre. The centre has taken twelve long years of hard work and commitment from the community and funders and to these people we are grateful. We in turn hope to then provide training, employment and business opportunities for the entire community, making this environment a place where people are proud to live. Let our dream now become a reality!

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Land and Property Services
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Email: customerservices@lpsni.gov.uk

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Rate Collection Agency, Valuation and Lands Agency, Ordnance Survey of Northern Ireland and Land Registers Northern Ireland have all now merged to become Land & Property Services (LPS). The background to LPS is the Review of Public Administration published in 2006. The review concluded that an integrated set of land and property related services for citizens and government would aid the regeneration and economic development of Northern Ireland. LPS is the incarnation of this. The immediate priority for LPS is to continue to integrate the people and processes of the legacy agencies. Once this integration is complete LPS can start delivering a fully integrated ‘One Stop Shop’ for rating, valuation, registration and mapping services in Northern Ireland. We will keep you updated on any further changes to how we delivery our services.

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Lisburn And District Scouts
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Email: dc@lisburndistrictscouts.org.uk

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Hi and a very warm welcome to the website of Lisburn and District Scouts. Whether you are a new parent seeking information on one of the 12 groups within the District, a current member of any the Groups or one of our many leaders, I hope you find what you need. What is scouting? The purpose of Scouting is to promote the development of young people in achieving their full physical, intellectual, social and spiritual potentials, as individuals, as responsible citizens and as members of their local, national and international communities. We do this by placing the young person in a section of Scouting relevant to his or her age. In each section we use a structured programme of games and learning activities and adventurers to enable each young person to grow. Scouting’s great strength lies in its grassroots. It is locally that Scouts are best able to identify and work directly with those young people most in need.

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Lisburn Cathedral Scouts & Sports Club
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Email: scouts@scoutcentre.com

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Lisburn Cathedral Scout Group caters is based at Lisburn Cathedral and caters for over 200 young people each week who enjoy a wide variety of activities. The scouts have been camping all over the world in recent years exploring Canada, Slovakia, Switzerland, Hungary and Norway. The scout group also boasts its own sports club providing further opportunities for young people and adults to participate in archery, fencing, hill walking, kayaking and hill walking. The scout group also runs the Duke of Edinburgh Award Scheme in the explorer section for young people aged 14+. Boys and girls from age 4 upwards are invited to join our group (space permitting) with enquiries made through our website. Join The Adventure at Lisburn Cathedral

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Lisburn Citizens Advice Bureau
Address: Bridge Community Centre, 50 Railway Street, Lisburn, Antrim, BT28 1XG
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Email: lisburncab@citizensadvice.co.uk

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Citizens Advice is the largest advice charity in Northern Ireland, working against poverty and meeting the information and advice needs of some 250,000 people each year across a wide range of advice categories. Advice is available to all communities from 30 main offices across Northern Ireland and from over 120 other outlets. We also represent the public at some 1800 social security appeal tribunals a year.

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Lisburn City Web Site
Address: Lagan Valley Island,Island Civic Centre The Island, Lisburn, Co. Antrim, BT27 4RL
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Email: enquiries@lisburn.gov.uk

Web Link: Lisburn City Web Site


Lisburn City Council is pleased to welcome you to its website. We welcome your views and feedback on the information provided. If you have a comment on the site please email us on enquiries@lisburn.gov.uk The search facility on this website on the top right-hand corner, should enable you to find information quickly. Simply key in the subject you want information on into the box and choose from the information listed. We value your opinion and would encourage you to email us with your comments

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Lisburn Council's Environmental Services
Address: Island Civic Centre The Island Lisburn, Co. Antrim, BT27 4RL
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Email: 2ndfloor.reception@lisburn.gov.uk

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The Council's Environmental Services Department provides a diverse range of services to residents across the City including, waste management, street cleaning, building control, planning liaison, environmental health, economic development, tourism parks and cemeteries. The Department is headed by the Director of Environmental Services, Mr Colin McClintock.

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Lisburn Enterprise Organisation
Address: Enterprise Crescent, Ballinderry Road, Lisburn, Co Antrim, BT28 2BP
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MISSION STATEMENT Lisburn Enterprise Organisation - developing an enterprise culture and supporting business creation and growth. THE COMPANY Lisburn Enterprise Organisation (LEO) is the primary small business agency within the City of Lisburn. The main function of the company is to promote. encourage and assist small business development throughout Lisburn. BUSINESS SERVICES Lisburn Enterprise Organisation offers a wide range of advice and assistance to pre-start. start-up and established businesses including : • Start a Business Programme • New Deal for Self Employment Programme • Business Development Initiatives • Business Advisory Services • Business Premises • Business Administration Services • Conference and Meeting Facilities • Business Information Services • Consultancy •

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Lisburn YMCA
Address: 28 Market Square, Lisburn, BT28 1AG
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Lisburn YMCA was established to work with an at-risk target group of young people and adults who were not attending any other youth provision and who were regularly involved in anti-social behaviour. An initial commitment to a drop-in concept has, over the past 17 years, built up firm relationships of trust with staff, volunteers and members, opening doors to a range of programmes serving the needs of young people and their communities. Lisburn YMCA works in partnership with other agencies to achieve the most effective delivery to the target group. The YMCA seeks to provide not only young people, adults’ and outreach services but also to work with parents, local communities leaders and statutory agencies to ultimately reinforce long term change in the target group through the environment in which they live and learn.

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Marie Curie Cancer Care
Address: 60 Knock Rd, Belfast, County Antrim, BT5 6LQ Get Directions
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Marie Curie Cancer Care is one of the UK’s largest charities. It was established in 1948 – the same year as the NHS – and marks its 60th anniversary in 2008. Employing more than 2,700 nurses, doctors and other healthcare professionals, we expect to provide care to around 27,000 terminally ill patients in the community and in our hospices this year, along with support for their families. We mainly care for people with cancer but we also care for people with other life limiting illnesses. Our services are always free of charge to patients and their families, which means that in 2007-08, we will need to raise more than £115 million.

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Northern Ireland Housing Executive
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The Northern Ireland Housing Executive is a Non-Departmental Public Body, established by the Housing Executive Act (Northern Ireland) 1971. Under this Act, we took over the housing responsibilities of 65 separate authorities and became Northern Ireland’s overall housing authority. We are also one of the province’s largest public sector organisations. With a budget of over £600m and a staff of over 3,000 we make a substantial contribution to better health, education and wellbeing through housing. In addition, our work with communities on housing services and the issues that affect local neighbourhoods adds real value to decision-making, service development and higher standards.

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Northern Ireland Office
Address: Block B, Castle Buildings, Stormont Estate, Belfast, Northern Ireland, BT4 3SG General Enquiries Tel: (028) 9052 0700 Textphone: (028) 9052 7668 Press Enquiries Belfast
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The Northern Ireland Office (NIO) was created in 1972 after the Northern Ireland Government was dissolved in the face of a worsening security situation. The establishment of direct rule from London saw William Whitelaw appointed the first Secretary of State for Northern Ireland and to date, 16 MPs have served in this post over the past three decades. The role of the Northern Ireland Office (NIO) is to support the Secretary of State for Northern Ireland in securing a lasting peace, based on the Agreement in which the rights and identities of all traditions are fully respected and safeguarded and in which a safe, stable, just, open and tolerant society can thrive and prosper.

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OnlineNI is the easy way to access public service information and services on the Internet. It guides you through a host of public service and other websites to get the information you need quickly and efficiently.

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Rotary Club of Lisburn
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Contact: David Browne: Secretary
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Email: browne39@btinternet.com

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The Rotary Club of Lisburn was Chartered in September 1954. At present we have 57 members and we are a dual gender Club. Norman Collins is a founder member and Paul Harris Fellow He still attends meetings regularly The Club meets every Friday at 12.45pm sharp at Dunmurry Golf Club 91 Dunmurry Lane, Belfast

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Scout Association
Address: 109 Old Milltown Road, Belfast, BT8 7SP
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Email: fo@scoutsin.com

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The Scout Association provides adventurous activities and personal development opportunities for 400,000 young people aged 6-25. Internationally, we have over 28 million young people enjoying the benefits of Scouting across 216 countries. Personal development means promoting the physical, intellectual, social and spiritual well-being of the individual, helping them achieve their full potential. In Scouting, we believe that young people develop most when they are 'learning by doing,' when they are given responsibility, work in teams, take acceptable risks and think for themselves.

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Stepping Stones
Address: Seymour Street, Lisburn, BT27 4SY
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Seymour Craft and Workshop Ltd is a company which provides training opportunities for people with learning difficulties to develop skills by working in the Stepping Stones Craft and Coffee Shop, in Lisburn

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The Northern Ireland Leukaemia Research Fund
Address: Centre for Cancer Research and Cell Biology, Belfast
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Email: l.megrath@qub.ac.uk

Web Link: The Northern Ireland Leukaemia Research Fund


The main objective of the Fund is to promote research into the causes and cure of Leukaemia in Northern Ireland. It achieves this objective by raising funds throughout Northern Ireland. Leukaemia is the term used to describe a group of malignant blood disorders. They are classified on the basis of their clinical course (acute or chronic) and the affected cells, usually lymphoid or myeloid.

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The Royal Mail (Post codes & Addresses)
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Ulster Cancer Foundation
Address: 40-44 Eglantine Avenue, Belfast, BT9 6DX‎
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Email: info@ulstercancer.org

Web Link: Ulster Cancer Foundation


Welcome to the Ulster Cancer Foundation – Northern Ireland’s leading local cancer charity, dedicated to helping save lives and enhancing the quality of life of everyone affected by cancer. Our new website provides information on the work that we do – providing support services, researching new and better treatments for cancer, undertaking education and prevention programmes as well as campaigning and advocacy work. It also shows how you can get involved. From volunteering to fundraising and undertaking challenges – there is something for everyone!

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Voluntary Service Lisburn
Address: 52a Bachelors Walk, Lisburn, BT28 1XN
Contact: Pamela Neill General Manager
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Email: info@VSLisburn.org.uk

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Voluntary Services Lisburn was established in 1981 to help meet the needs of the disadvantaged, disabled and elderly in the local community. We are managed by a Board of Directors who volunteer their time, talents and expertise to guide and advise on our work. Over the years we have developed our projects to keep up to date with the needs of local people. We have a diverse range of community projects including a volunteer centre, aftercare service, conservation and environmental work, furniture restoration and sales, not to mention our latest project - the recycling of white goods such as cookers, washing machines, etc. Waste management and its environmental consequences has become a very topical subject in recent years and we are actively involved in the recycling of household items previously destined for landfill. We now manage a furniture restoration project which collects and restores unwanted items with a view to selling at a lost cost to those on low incomes.

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Canada - U. S. A. WhitePages is your go-to source for the most reliable contact information online. With accurate information for almost 200 million U.S. adults, we make finding and connecting with others incredibly simple—and incredibly free.

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