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Fancy abseiling down a Belfast landmark one weekend, while studying English here?

Fancy abseiling down a Belfast landmark one weekend, while studying English here?

With our partners Belfast Activity Centre (BAC) you can!

IH Belfast has a long history of working with BAC and contributing to their extensive charity work which gives children from all backgrounds and of all abilities access to the outdoors and builds confidence through activity.

BAC organises abseils down the Europa Hotel throughout the year as a means of raising money. For a one-off registration fee, IH Belfast students can contribute to the charity while gaining a once in a life-time experience.

Just ask at reception or email [email protected]

Fancy abseiling down a Belfast landmark one weekend, while studying English here?

Abseil down the Europa Hotel!

Fancy abseiling down a Belfast landmark one weekend, while studying English here?

Dates to bear in mind when booking a course:

Sunday 28th Feb – Europa Abseil

Sunday 20th March – Europa Abseil

Sunday 24th April – Europa Abseil

Sunday 8th May – Europa Abseil

Sunday 15th May – Europa Abseil

Sunday 26th June – Europa Abseil

Saturday 29th August – Rathlin Run

Saturday 10th September – Europa Abseil

Sunday 25th September – Europa Abseil

Fancy abseiling down a Belfast landmark one weekend, while studying English here?

Registration fees –

Europa abseil, £30

Rathlin Run, £25 plus £12 ferry (please note that there will be travel involved in this)

Fancy abseiling down a Belfast landmark one weekend, while studying English here?

More about BAC:

BAC has evolved since 1989 to become a leader in providing personal and social development programmes to over 20,000 young people each year.

Through outdoor adventure activities BAC delivers educational programmes for experiential learning to achieve its vision for “Changing Lives, Building Futures”

BAC offers dynamic and innovative outdoor learning programmes to challenge, stimulate and motivate young people from a broad range of backgrounds. Its aim is to help them identify and realise their full potentials.

BAC core projects engage young people considered at most disadvantage, socially and economically. They include longer-term programmes to support disability access and participation. And they focus upon supporting marginalised groups and young people.

Check out their website: http://www.belfastactivitycentre.com/

The AccessAbility team out enjoying some Autumn sunshine on Murlough beach with Glenveigh School and in Enniskillen.

Fancy abseiling down a Belfast landmark one weekend, while studying English here?
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