Your Veterans' Champion

The Veterans' Champion in Belfast City Council area is Councillor Gareth Spratt. 
Contact details


Mobile: 07823668786

c/o. Members' Room
City Hall

Mental Health Support in Belfast City

There are a number of organisations throughout Belfast City Council that provide support for Veterans. 
Start 360
Start 360 provide a range of services and interventions in the areas of health, justice and employability. They work to create and contribute to a society that can provide support for those who are at risk of becoming vulnerable and need some help to get back on track and reach their full potential.

Contact: 028 9043 5810
Wave Trauma Centre
WAVE is the largest cross community victims’ group in Northern Ireland, with five centres and 15 satellite projects, spread across the country. The organisation was formed relatively late in the Troubles in response to specific need. It supports those who were injured and/or traumatised in the conflict in Northern Ireland.

Contact: 028 9077 9922

Mental Health Flyer for Belfast City

We have created a flyer with information and contact details for mental health support services in Belfast City, and throughout Northern Ireland. To download the flyer, please click on the link below:

Veteran-friendly organisations in your area

We have identified organisations and activities in your area that welcome Veterans to join in and take part in their activities. Some of these organisations have received direct funding to offer Veteran-specific programmes, while others run year-round activities that are also open to the public.

Click here to view a range of Veteran-friendly organisations across Northern Ireland.
Andy Allen Veterans Support
As well as providing welfare support, guidance and training for Veterans, Andy Allen Veterans' Support also runs a programme of activities throughout the year. From photography and film to metal-detecting, there is something on offer for everyone.

Contact: 028 9074 7071
Church of Ireland Young Men’s Society
The Church of Ireland Young Men’s Society is one of the oldest sporting and leisure organisations in Belfast. Located in spacious grounds at Circular Road, Belmont, it provides a range of sporting, leisure and social activities for all ages.

Contact: 028 9076 0120
Cregagh Cricket Club
Cregagh Cricket Club is based in East Belfast. They have three adult teams and four junior teams, new members are welcome.

Contact: 028 9045 9440
Civil Service North of Ireland Cricket Club
Belfast-based cricket club competing in the Northern Cricket Union (NCU) at various levels with 5 men's teams, 2 women's teams, 6 youth teams & a mid-week team. New members are welcome, and all abilities are accommodated for. 

Contact: 028 9052 0403
East Belfast Archery Club
East Belfast Archery is a small, friendly archery club founded in 2011 by double World Champion Patrick Huston. The club meets on a Monday and Thursday night from September to May and outdoors over summer.

Sport NI
Sport Northern Ireland is the leading public body for the development of sport in Northern Ireland.

Contact: 028 9038 1222
Malone Rugby Football Club
Malone Rugby Football Club was founded in 1892 by residents of Malone Park, Belfast. New members are welcome to join.

Contact: 028 9045 9440
Mercury Fitness NI
Mercury Fitness is a Northern Ireland based Boot Camp operating out of public spaces in Belfast, Lisburn and Bangor.

Contact: 07796084069
Museum of Orange Heritage
The Museum of Orange Heritage is a joint collaboration between the Grand Orange Lodge of Ireland and County Armagh Grand Orange Lodge.
It is located at two sites, 'Sloan's House' in Loughgall, County Armagh and 'Schomberg House', Belfast.

The project aims to educate the wider public of the origins, traditions and continued relevance of the Orange Institution and its role in society.

Contact: 028 9070 1122
Models for Heroes
The Belfast Models for Heroes group meets at 11am on the last Saturday of every month at The Royal Naval Association in Belfast. You can read more about the group here.

Spectrum Centre
Spectrum Centre is a community-led development project, which combines a range of state of the art multipurpose facilities. The multi-use building is suitable for business activities and arts and cultural activities. It is a home for live music, theatre, dance and visual art.

Contact: 028 90504555

Veteran-friendly organisations in your area flyer

We have created a flyer with information and contact details for Veteran-friendly organisations and activities in Belfast City, and throughout Northern Ireland. To download the flyer, please click on the link below:
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