at Norglen Gardens, Belfast, BT11 United Kingdom
Turf logde Tennants Association has been in the community since 1972
Turf logde Tennants Association has been in the community since 1972 in the heart of the many both young and old , During the troubles it has stood its test of time serving families of Turf Lodge through the years , now it has re vamped since the condition of the club was tested last year during the spell of bad snow damaged the roof causing extensive damage throughout the premises , but now all the expensive costings and work done have put the club back on the map.
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TONIGHT KARAOKE PLUS DISCO MUSIC FROM THE 60S 70S 80S 90S .....FREE DRINKS FOR ALL SINGERS
Folks books for membership are open until Wednesday week please contact committee for membership or no tickets next year membership costs £ 5
New for the Sunday Night at the Club. Karaoke and Disco hosted by The Men In Black . Enjoyable Sunday to be had by all
Broken Glass at home inside or outside this fella is the most realiable person I know to cover n replace it no matter what size or planes of glasses need , houses bungalows caravans or even sheds ¤ I would place this if he wasn't up to doing a brilliant and reasonable rate job , Contact Sam on 07974482794 mention my name , thanks just tryin not to get ya ripped of by some chancers !!!
My families heartfelt condolences go to my friend JP Magee on the news of the death of his mother , Rest In Peace
TATEMENT FROM BALLYMURPHY MASSACRE CAMPAIGN: The Families of the victims of the Ballymurphy Massacre have once again strongly urged the British Government to accept the Families proposal for the establishment of an Independent panel into the killings of 11 civilians by British soldiers in August in 1971. The call was made after more new evidence in relation to the Ballymurphy Massacre was revealed during the UTV Insight programme on Monday 10th November 2014. The new evidence was revealed by retired Consultant in Emergency Medicine Laurence Rocke who was commissioned by solicitors for the Families to carry out an independent review into the circumstances surrounding the killing of mother of 8 Joan Connolly. In his conclusion Laurence Rocke stated that: ‘Even under the circumstances of conflict pertaining during that period of time, if she ( Joan Connolly) had received simple and rapid first aid with bandaging and direct pressure over the wounds to restrict bleeding, it is at least a possibility that she would have survived to get to the RVH where she would have received more definitive treatment’. Briege Voyle, daughter of Joan Connolly, said this new evidence has re traumatised our family, to think we could still have our mother with us today, had she received adequate medical treatment, is another crime and adds insult to injury. How many times do we the families have to be re traumatised by new information before the British Government accept responsibility for what happened to our loved ones. ‘We are calling once again on the British Government to accept our reasonable proposal to establish an Independent Panel to examine all the documents relating to the context, circumstances, and consequences of the Ballymurphy Massacre. The British Government have previously funded a similar Independent Panel in relation to the deaths of football fans at Hillsborough Stadium in 1989. Furthermore after the damning indictment by EU Commissioner for Human Rights Nils Muiznieks of the failure once again by the British Government to face up to its responsibilities under the European Convention on Human Rights. We agree with Mr Muiznieks when he said that these are the most serious of human rights violations and that the British Government cannot wash its hands of investigations and the funding for investigations. After tonight's programme with its new information it is even more clear now that it is in the public interest that the British Government once and for all should set up and fund this Independent Panel to examine all aspects of the killings of our loved ones carried out by British soldiers in Ballymurphy in August 1971.’, Briege Voyle has called on Teresa Villiers British Secretary of State to meet with the Families asap in the light of this new evidence. Briege also called on first minister Peter Robinson & Enda Kenny to also arrange meetings immediately with the Ballymurphy Families