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10 Days to go to the Annual Clubworld Travel Showcase
Following the huge success of last year's event, Northern Ireland holidaymakers will once again get the chance to bag themselves an exclusive holiday deal at the second annual Clubworld Travel Showcase
Following the huge success of last year’s event, Northern Ireland holidaymakers will once again get the chance to bag themselves an exclusive holiday deal at the second annual Clubworld Travel Showcase at Titanic Belfast on September 29.
The show will be hosted by Pete, Paulo and Rebecca from Cool FM!
Clubworld Travel is one of the biggest independent travel agents in the province and will host the holiday show that will feature more than 30 travel companies providing lots of ‘one day only’ holiday deals, travel offers and competition prizes to be won.
Tickets for the event are FREE and available to download at https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/o/clubworld-travel-17717727962 “We are so excited to bring the Clubworld Travel Showcase back to Belfast in an event that will inspire and help people from all over Northern Ireland create their dream holiday – something we have been doing for almost 30 years now,” said Clubworld Travel founding partner Delia Aston.
“The feedback we received last year from our 1000 visitors to the show was overwhelming and each and every one of our trusted travel partners thoroughly loved meeting the NI public, so we are thrilled to come back again this year and offer holidaymakers some great ideas, amazing deals and wonderful prizes,” she added.
“We have even more companies on board this year so visitors will be spoilt for choice if you are in the market for luxury cruises, sunshine holidays, romantic getaways, golfing breaks and flights so we urge you to book your ticket to the Clubworld Travel Showcase today,” concluded Delia.
There will be plenty of competition prizes to be won including a five night trip to Las Vegas courtesy of American Holidays, British Airways Flights, Jet2holidays Flights and a seven night holiday to any Spring Hotels in Tenerife along with a wide range of exclusive holiday offers and travel deals to be had.
There will also be an opportunity to check out informative travel presentations from companies such as Kansas Oklahoma, Royal Caribbean International, Silversea Cruises, Saga Holiday’s, Spring Hotels and Wendy Wu which will help give you an idea of what your next holiday could become.
Clubworld Travel was founded in Lurgan by Delia Aston in 1990. Since then, the company has invested more than £1million in company development and now operates seven branches in Northern Ireland with a total workforce of 35 people. Branches include Lurgan, Portadown, Banbridge, Newry and Carrickfergus with two outlets in Belfast (Lisburn Rd and Beersbridge Rd). The company has been voted Travel Agent of the Year at the Northern Ireland Travel and Tourism Awards on three occasions and been the recipient of numerous other travel industry awards. For more information on the company and its wide range of holidays, call into your nearest Clubworld branch, phone 028 3832 9600 or visit https://www.clubworldtravel.com/ .
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‘Take the Windrush, then change on to the Suffragette’: onboard the renamed London Overground lines causing controversy
Mayor Sadiq Khan thinks his new line names for the capital’s ever-expanding rail network bring clarity, but not everyone agrees
The ancient Egyptians saw names as magical. It was said that Isis tricked Ra, the sun god, into telling her his true name, to give her power over him and put her son Horus on the throne.
Londoners have a different take. The Northern line was nearly named TootanCamden in the 1920s, the historian Robert Graves wrote – a pun on the Tutankhamun craze of the time and the line’s route through Tooting and Camden.
There were no such lazy portmanteaus in Sadiq Khan’s announcement last week . The mayor of London revealed that Transport for London maps would do away with the orange spaghetti of the London Overground in favour of six new lines. The Suffragette, Windrush, Lioness, Mildmay, Weaver and Liberty lines are a multicoloured nod to the capital’s diversity and some obscure elements of history.
Lioness runs through Wembley, Windrush includes east and south London stops traditionally popular with West Indian arrivals who often worked on the buses and tube, while Suffragette ends in Barking, where the longest-surviving suffragist, Annie Huggett, lived. Mildmay refers to the Shoreditch hospital that treated the first HIV patients, and Liberty, a short line in the borough of Havering, is a reference to one of London’s liberties – areas free of the monarch’s taxes able to set their own rules.
Ian Stone, an author and historian specialising in London, said that the Weaver line did pass through areas that were historically part of the city’s textile industry. “Unfortunately it doesn’t seem to have a stop there,” he said. “Spitalfields is where the Huguenot weavers were in the late 17th century. The textile industry was then something the Jewish community then the Bangladeshi community was very involved in.”
You might expect traditionalists to be happy with the Weaver line – since London’s oldest streets were named after the trades they supported, from Poultry to Bread Street – not to mention the patriotism of Lioness and the personal freedoms of Liberty. Not a bit of it. Khan has been savaged by rightwing critics for “wokery”, “virtue signalling” and supporting terrorism by choosing Suffragette, as well as wasting £6m of public money for the new maps. A few Londoners travelling on the overground on Saturday shared those views, but most were simply interested to hear more about the history behind the names, while others said it might take people a bit of time to get used to.
Others said the existing map was incredibly confusing. “It’s nice to have the different sides of London, rather than just royalty,” said Owen, who didn’t want to give his last name. “My only apprehension is that the names might be a bit hard to say for tourists.”
He pointed out at Gospel Oak station that the new Suffragette line already had an unofficial name – rail workers had abbreviated Gospel Oak to Barking line as the Goblin – while the Euston to Watford section, with stops at Harlesden and Queen’s Park, had been known as the Harlequin in the 1980s.
Politicians have long tried rebrand reality – it’s easier to change the name of the housing ministry than to build more houses – or try to bury a nickname they dislike: Milk Snatcher or Iron Lady, BoJo or BoZo, Dubya or Shrub and Bambi or Bliar. Some names stick, like the switch from Idlewild to John F Kennedy airport in New York, and some don’t, as when Cape Canaveral became Cape Kennedy and then switched back again, or the reluctance of some Mumbaikars to drop Bombay. In the UK, Belfast now has the George Best International Airport, but few remember the campaign by William Hague and the press to memorialise Diana, Princess of Wales by renaming Heathrow, previously known as London Airport and the Great West Aerodrome.
The London Underground itself was previously a mishmash of other railways, starting with the Metropolitan Railway and the City and South London Railway before eventually acquiring the Underground name and logo in 1908. By then, everyone knew it as the tube.
Tottenham Hotspur fans have often wanted Arsenal station on the Piccadilly line renamed since their rivals moved from Highbury to the Emirates. The station was originally called Gillespie Road, but nearly 20 years after the club moved to north London and dropped Woolwich from its name, the station was renamed Arsenal, thanks in large part to Herbert Chapman , one of the most influential managers in English football. Writing in the Guardian , Barney Ronay had suggested the West Croydon to Highbury and Islington branch should be called the Ian Wright Line .
Arsenal fans heading to watch their side play Manchester United in the Women’s Super League yesterday were broadly in favour of the Lioness line.
“I thought it was a nice idea ‘til I found out the price of it,” said Zoe Neale. Her mother, Rosalyn – not a fan of Khan – said the renaming was “ridiculous”. “Lioness is obviously good, but from what I’ve heard, people won’t call it that,” she said. “He should have asked us.”
But aren’t we the nation who came up with Boaty McBoatface ? True, she said. “But it would have been more democratic.”
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Rory McIlroy: Belfast golfer's dream day as caddie in California
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A golfer from Belfast said it was "a dream" to caddie for Rory McIlroy this week.
Charlie Cooley, 21, spent Wednesday on the course with McIlroy at the Genesis Invitational tournament in California.
"It's been a dream couple of days, to actually get that opportunity was amazing," he told BBC News NI:
Cooley won the opportunity to caddie for McIlroy when he bought a ticket at a charity auction in 2023.
He is on a golf scholarship in the US and bought the lucky ticket during a Pro-Am tournament last summer, giving him the chance to join McIlroy on Wednesday.
He said the day was "an incredible experience" and it was "just luck" that gave him the opportunity.
"To be able to walk the fairways with your hero and pick his mind and get his thoughts on golf - I learnt a lot. It was very cool to speak to him on a personal basis."
The young golfer is a member of Belvoir Park golf club in South Belfast.
Vice Captain, Adrian Lappin said: "Charlie has been a junior member here for quite a while".
"His mother, Colleen, and his sister flew out to see him, so we're all very proud of Charlie, he's doing very well and hopefully he'll go on to big things regarding the golf.
"Everybody's very excited about it and it's made the news everywhere and there's a bit of a buzz around the club for Charlie," he added.
Charlie is also well known as a talented Gaelic Athletic Association (GAA) player and is a member of the O'Donovan Rossa club in west Belfast.
The club posted video and a photo to social media celebrating their young member's day on the course with McIlroy.
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Watch this space: Another World Belfast moves to a new venue
I f you’re walking along Victoria Street in the next few months there’s a high chance you may see some multi-coloured mannequins, neon pink trolleys or even a mane of fluorescent green hair through the windows of one of office buildings.
It’s the new home for Another World Belfast, a community interest charity, which started in 2017. Founders Becky Bellamy and Connor Kerr had been operating between two main spaces, a warehouse in west Belfast and a swap shop on Winetavern Street in the city centre, but now they can house all of their projects under one roof.
“We work best whenever we work together and being on the same site all the time is going to be such a dream and a treat,” says Becky of the move, which has come about thanks to the support of the public and their charity partnership with the Bullitt Hotel.
The new location will also double as a space for the pair’s new project, the Show Some Love Green House, a sustainable fashion house, artist members club and community learning and social space.
Through Green House, Becky and Connor hope to provide an environment where artists and creatives from all areas and backgrounds can come together to work, collaborate, form connections and build a community.
The venture combines the arts and charity sector and will build on the work the couple have already done to support marginalised groups within the city, particularly the LGBTQ+ communities.
“Our aim is to fill this place with people who have got skills in terms of fashion, making and creativity,” Becky explains.
“The hope is to have experts on site as well as fashion students - we’re partnered with the Ulster University School of Art so that means that we’ll be able to work with both their current student body, the postgrads, and former students.
“When students are at uni, they’re surrounded by their peers. They’ve got somebody to turn to for a second opinion which is something that people don’t realise is so important until they don’t have it anymore.”
Connor adds: “Belfast is a really wonderful city because you can connect people very easily.
“The best thing about Green House is that now we have a place where we can help people meet each other and form those relationships.”
The project is part of Belfast City Council’s programme, Belfast24. It draws on funds originally raised or set aside for European Cities of Culture, explains Connor: “...and then of course we left Europe.
“They decided to invest the money in arts, culture and things that bring people together in the city and their key themes were people, place and planet - our project met all of those aims.”
Another World Belfast was one of 17 projects selected and the council agreed to a total of £99,300 as a kickstarter to get their commission off the ground.
“This year they’ve agreed to fund four living wages, two of those Becky and I have taken, so after six years we are being paid a living wage which is wonderful,” Connor enthuses.
“We have also been able to hire two incredible new staff – we haven’t announced them yet - but they are world-changers and we’re so lucky to have them.”
Although this is the start of an exciting new chapter for the duo it is also a significant change to their working dynamic.
With Becky’s background in the corporate sector combined with Connor’s deep desire to help others the pair worked together to form Another World Belfast and show some love to those who need it most.
“It’ll be a difficult enough process for us because it has just been the two of us alongside the support of our board and our volunteers,” says Becky.
“We are the founders, the creatives, we’re the leads and decision makers, so for us one of the most difficult things will be delegating and relinquishing control - Another World has been like our baby so it is scary but also very exciting.”
Although the team is about to expand both Becky and Connor are continually blown away by the kindness and generosity of their volunteers and it is their hope that their altruism continues as they begin to revamp the new premises.
“But the funding is only for those wages, it’s not for this building, it’s not for projects going forward,” explains Connor.
“We’re still independent and reliant on the public to get on board and help us.”
Becky and Connor are planning to welcome their first members into the Victoria Street site by early April, so watch this space...
Clubworld’s Night at Travel Awards
It’s Clubworld’s Night at Travel Awards – Northern Ireland Travel awards
Clubworld Travel, Lurgan won the Travel agent of the Year award for the second time in 21 years of the Northern Ireland Travel and Tourism Awards gala organised by Northern Ireland Travel News in the Slieve Donard Resort and Spa last Friday.
Clubworld also had one of its branches – the Newry agency – as one of six shortlisted for assessment by mystery shoppers. It was certainly a night to remember for Clubworld and particularly for founder Delia Aston, who completed a memorable double by being recognised for her positivity and business acumen by growing her retail company to seven branches by winning the Travel Industry Award 2012.
Members of the Travelling Public were able to vote for the top travel agencies in the Province, then the top six were assessed by mystery shoppers to produce the winner. As well as the two Clubworld branches, shortlisted for the Travel Agency of the Year were Knock Travel, Belfast, Pinnacle Worldwide, Lurgan, Oasis Travel, Lisburn and Feherty Travel, Bangor. Travel News readers and members of the travelling public also cast their votes for the Best Multiple Retail Branch – a new award which was won by Co-Operative Travel’s Cregagh Road, Belfast branch. More than 400 VIPs and decision-makers from the Province, the Republic and from all parts of the industry on the UK Mainland were at the 21st Awards ceremony hosted by former Catchphrase host and Belfast-born comedian Roy Walker, who proved to be a smash hit with his dry Ulster humour, some special Travel catchphrases and for hosting the Awards presentations. Members of the public also voted for the Best Northern Ireland Visitor Attraction which was won by Titanic Belfast, while top of the poll for the Best Tourist Information Centre was Belfast Welcome Centre. Pictures and the full list of the Awards will appear in the next issue of Northern Ireland Travel News.
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