Free, weekly GCSE English and Maths revision classes will take place in Doyle Youth Club throughout February and March (see schedule below).
Resources, past papers and refreshments will be available.
If interested (and eligible, see below) please register by 12 noon, Friday 3rd Feb by email to:
We are currently seeking tenants for the Containers at C.S. Lewis Square.

The property offers a casual yet modern dining experience within repurposed shipping containers, overlooking C.S. Lewis Square at the heart of the Connswater Community and Comber Greenways. It is fully fitted for restaurant use including a range of high specification cooking equipment, excellent lighting, large floor to ceiling height glazed windows, wooden flooring, disabled toilet and outdoor seating.

EastSide Greenways have launched a brand-new Personal Youth Development programme, called ‘The Legacy Project’. This exciting project is designed for a small group of young people from East Belfast, aged between 16-25years old who are not in education or unemployment.

Their aim is to help build and develop essential life skills, provide support with achieving qualifications & training, and open the doors to exciting employment opportunities!

George Best, arguably the greatest- ever footballer, thrilled the world with his wonderful football skills. George was born and bred in east Belfast and after his move to Manchester United, and elsewhere across the world, he always returned to his home at 16 Burren Way, Cregagh.
During these special tours actors, Stephen Beggs and Neil Heaney, will play George at various times of his life, all within the unique venue of George’s 1960s retro-refurbed childhood home. 

Step inside the family home of footballing superstar George Best, as it would’ve been in the summer of 1961 when a fifteen-year-old George left to follow his dreams in Manchester. Enjoy flicking through old school reports with an experienced local guide to discover more about Best's early life in east Belfast’s Cregagh Estate. Early booking highly recommended as places are limited.

You can view available dates and book tickets here.

The EastSide of the City is getting ready to celebrate the creativity and imagination of one of its literary greats – C.S. Lewis. From 18th – 20th November, EastSide Partnership will present the 10th C.S. Lewis Festival. Everyone is invited to step through the wardrobe door to explore their creativity and imagination and find out more about C.S. Lewis’ strong connections to his childhood home of east Belfast.

Save the Date for the 10th C.S. Lewis Festival will take place from 18th -20th November and will have a family focus featuring lots of fun events and creative experiences.

Keep up to date with all the latest news on Facebook/CSLewisFestival


We are currently recruiting for the position of Youth Project Coordinator.

The Youth Project Coordinator will plan, coordinate and deliver the EastSide Greenways Personal Youth Development Programme (PYDP; a personal development, skills development and employability programme. 

The role will also support engagement with youth related organisations in east Belfast.

With the nights getting colder, it’s got us thinking back to the warm summer nights we had during our EastSide July Weekender, did you come along to any of our events? 
We had a fantastic lineup of events that took place over three days, this included Forever...The ABBA Tribute, Fifes & Fusion and the EastSide Family Fun Day! 
Head over to our Youtube Channel to view each event's individual round-up video, click here to view them
Thank you to everyone who attended our Living Wage Awareness Event at East Belfast Network Centre on 22nd September.
It was great to hear from the Living Wage Foundation on the accreditation process and local Living Wage accredited employers from the community, private and public sector about the benefits, for employers and employees, of paying the real living wage.