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Hannahstown Parish


The Parish of Hannahstown lies to the

west of Belfast in country Antrim

Northern Ireland.


With a parish of around 2,500 scattered

over the area, the church services are

divided between St Joseph’s Church  on

Hannahstown Hill and St Peter’s Church,

“The Rock”, near Stoneyford.


There is a large Community Hall at

Hannahstown which provides a great

range of  activities and facilities for the

local community.

ST JOSEPH’S CHURCH

ST PETER’S CHURCH

THE ROSARY

BREAD AND WINE

FINDING IT HARD TO KEEP YOUR  LOVED ONES GRAVE LOOKING  WELL?

WE OFFER TO CLEAN AND TIDY  YOUR GRAVE AND MAINTAIN IT  THROUGHOUT THE YEAR IF  REQUESTED.

FOR MORE INFO AND A QUOTE CONTACT ANDREW ON

02890 292 140   or     

0771 8282 81 6

www.wetidygraves.com

OR eMAIL andrew@wetidygraves.com



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LINKS TO VARIOUS WEBSITES

St Joseph’s Cemetery Hannahstown

Website Maintained by Andrew McCarroll      andrewmccarroll@hotmail.co.uk

PARISH OFFICE         02890 614 567

COMMUNITY CENTRE:     02890 309 795

<CLICK HERE TO VIEW THE LATEST EVENTS TIMETABLE IN HANNAHSTOWN COMMUNITY HALL>

HANNAHSTOWN CULTURE AND HERITAGE SOCIETY    <FIND OUT MORE>

Parish email hannahstown@downandconnor.org

EACH WEEK A PIECE OF POETRY OR SPIRITUAL WRITING FROM CLAIRE MURRAY, A PARISHIONER OF HANNAHSTOWN.

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Ballymacward PS wins STEM Award

 

The P.7 pupils of Ballymacward Primary School recently gained a prestigious award at Ulster University. The seven pupils from the Hannahstown school researched, designed and built study carrels to help children focus better on their work. As part of the project, they visited Randox in Crumlin to learn more about how a manufacturing business works and to see a production line in operation.

 

As Northern Ireland winners of the Sentinus Junior Industry Challenge, they received a beautiful glass trophy.  Principal, Mr. Brendan Sadlier, commented that everyone at the school very proud of the pupils and added that the areas of Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths held a prominent place in the school’s curriculum.

 

Each study carrel was sold for £5 and ‘Study Focus Co’ made each of its ‘staff’ a profit of £6.04, after a generous donation to the Kilimanjaro Project charity.  Everyone is welcome to view the children’s work on display in the school foyer.