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Taking
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The Peg & Jim Armstrong Storytelling Bursary is a Community Interest Company (CIC) set up to promote the art of storytelling, develop new storytellers and preserve and enhance access to stories by taking stories into schools, care homes for old people and communities throughout Northern Ireland.

Take a look at our events coming soon

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The recordings of storytellers made at Tullycarnet in 1993 are available on a double CD.

All proceeds go to Macmillan Cancer Support.

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Help us with funding

With seed funding, much has been achieved in two and a half years on the basis of just one day a week but the response has shown that there is potential for considerable expansion. Further funding is necessary to enable this development to take place.

The Armstrong Storytelling Bursary is offering interested organisations, companies and philanthropic individuals the opportunity to provide financial support to ensure the on-going development and sustainability of the bursary.

The aim is to show what storytelling can do within communities. Through arts sponsorship, companies and individuals can fulfil social responsibilities, contribute to good citizenship, help enhance societal wellbeing with storytelling’s positive health and educational outcomes.

If you would like to help, enquire for more details.