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Named by Lonely Planet as the best place to visit in 2018, Belfast is perfect for a weekend getaway. There’s award-winning bars, clubs, restaurants, theatres and galleries, and options to tour the city on foot or by taxi, bus or boat. Learn about the rich history and tradition of Belfast’s shipbuilding heritage in the Titanic Quarter, where the world’s most famous ship was built over 100 years ago. Indulge in some retail therapy at Victoria Square, which has over 70 shops and restaurants, and panoramic views across the city. For nightlife head to the buzz of the Cathedral Quarter, which has a mixture of bars, restaurants, theatre and live music. 

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JAM Card allows people with a learning difficulty, autism or communication barrier tell others they need ‘Just A Minute’ discreetly and easily.Those with a communication barrier are often reluctant or unable to tell others about their condition. JAM Card allows this to happen in a simple, effective non-verbal manner. To watch a short video and to find out more information click here. 

Action Ability Belfast (formerly known as Action on Disability) seeks to promote the inclusion of people with learning, physical or sensory disability into the community through a community development and needs lead approach. If you'd like more information you can visit their website by clicking here.

For more inspiration for things to do either as a resident or visitor you can check out Belfast’s official visitor website.