Minister's updated on North Belfast Community Action Project

First Minister, David Trimble, and Deputy First Minister, Mark Durkan, have met with the Chairman of the North Belfast Community Action Project, Rev Dr John Dunlop and his Vice Chairmen, Monsignor Tom Toner and Mr Roy Adams.

Mr Trimble and Mr Durkan were updated on the contacts and meetings that Project members have had with a wide range of groups and individuals in North Belfast.

The First Minister and Deputy First Minister were also kept informed of progress made and work being carried out by the North Belfast Community Action Project.

The Project aims to help communities in North Belfast help themselves through the development of an action plan, consisting of short, medium and long-term recommendations.


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