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Walking off the Blues launched by Lord Mayor Alderman Gavin Robinson

Walking off the Blues is a FREE event promoting walking as a way of boosting mental health and wellbeing. It was launched today at the Arches Health Centre by Lord Mayor Alderman Gavin Robinson.


(Walking Off the Blues Launch © East Belfast Partnership)

CCG supports local walking event

The Connswater Community Greenway team are very proudly supporting 'Walking Off The Blues'.

This free, local event hopes to highlight the importance of walking for physical and mental health. Participants will walk from Holywood Arches to Victoria Park  all dressed in blue on Friday 12th April, 12noon to 2pm. 


(Official Walking Off The Blues Poster)

Latest CCG Stakeholder Forum date announced

The next Connswater Community Greenway Stakeholder Forum will take place on Fri 22nd March at 12.00 - 13.30 at Inverary Community Centre. 

The Stakeholder Forum is the main consultative forum for the CCG and a key mechanism by which we can highlight progress to date, provide answers to any questions you may have in relation to programme development and address any issues you may wish to raise in relation to the project.

Preparation work begins in Victoria Park

In preparation for the construction of the Connswater Community Greenway, Belfast City Council will be removing a number of trees located in Victoria Park this week.

Tree removal will take place only where it is necessary to allow construction work to take place. The affected areas are highlighted in red on the map below. 

Design Drawings now available online!

The CCG Information Sessions for Victoria and Orangefield Parks may be over, but, you can now view all the design plans for these sections right here within the CCG website!


(The bridge proposed for Victoria Park was a talking point at the Victoria Park information session)