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Join Ulster Architectural Heritage supported by Belfast City Council for Open Heritage Belfast 2023 at St Joseph’s Sailortown to hear the stories of two Heritage at Risk Buildings. Conway Mill was restored in 2010 following a £5million pound restoration. It is often thought that once the buildings are saved that the project ends, but this is not the case. Conway Mill continues to be in use as a workspace, cafe and has museum/art space. There are further plans to make sure that the building is sustainable and adapts to changing work practises. St Joseph’s Church in Sailortown is a key Heritage at Risk building in North Belfast. It is currently in use by the local community where concerts have been held and a children’s group also meets up in this glorious space. Plans for its full reuse are in process and we will hear from Terry McKeown about this progress.

Location: St Joseph’s Sailortown

Open Heritage Belfast: Community Heritage at Risk in Belfast
Image: via UAH

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Event Type(s) Talks & Debates
Admission / Cost FREE
Organiser Ulster Architectural Heritage supported by Belfast City Council

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