C.S. Lewis-inspired artwork revealed for our new C.S. Lewis Civic Sq.

Author C.S. Lewis is to be honoured with a series of public art pieces within our C.S. Lewis Civic Square near his east Belfast birthplace at the Holywood Arches. The new space, currently under construction at Holywood Arches as part of the Connswater Community Greenway, will be brought to life with six sculptures inspired by classic children’s novel The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe.

Meet Michele, our new Community Engagement & Volunteer Manager...

We are so pleased to introduce Michele Bryans, our new Community Engagement and Volunteer Manager at Connswater Community Greenway. 

Construction continues across East Belfast and another section of the Greenway path is set in place...

Construction continues on the Connswater Community Greenway with earthworks, drainage and concreting taking place at the Holywood Arches Section of the Connswater Community Greenway.

Facade artwork officially launched across from our C.S. Lewis Civic Square...

Today the ‘Of the River’ artwork was officially launched in east Belfast. It is an art installation composed of four artworks which portray the rich cultural and industrial heritage of the local area and was created by local artist, Alan Burke. The artwork is located in the shadow of the shipyard cranes, on building facades at Townsley and Manderson Street at Holywood Arches - adjacent to what will eventually become our C.S. Lewis Civic Square. 

Bike Week starts Saturday 13th – 21st June 2015

We are a huge advocate for cycling at the Connswater Community Greenway and with Bike Week starting tomorrow we look at a few ways you can celebrate across Northern Ireland: 

The Fred Festival Debate, Tuesday 16th June,  1pm – 2pm

This house believes:

“Cycle routes, Belfast Bikes, bus lanes, traffic-free bridges – is this the end for the car in Belfast?”