We try to promote an easier, cheaper and greener way to get around Northern Ireland. Which is why we sponsor a number of events and festivals across the country.
Translink Ulster in Bloom 2019 is underway and the competition judges will be out and about this summer to assess plant and floral presentations in villages, towns and cities right across Northern Ireland. Find Out More
We have been actively supporting Anti-Bullying Week for the last 10 years and this has assisted in the sharing of Anti-Bullying Week messages on trains and buses. Reinforcing public awareness of this is extremely important to us. For more on ending bulling visit www.endbullying.org.uk
Translink and Eastside Arts Festival have had a long term successful relationship. Together we have delivered cultural delights such as Merry Busmass, Award Winning Come Glide with Me as well as the East West Comedy Tour.
We have supported family friendly events such as the Teddy Bear’s Picnic, the Carnival, Party in the Park as well as supporting safe travel home from late night events.
NOIReland launched in October 2017 to celebrate the island’s love of crime fiction, from the writers who have influenced us, to our own award-winning novelists and international bestsellers.
Open House is an independent music & arts charity that runs an annual summer festival for the month of August in the beautiful seaside town of Bangor.
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We are now recruiting for panel members. The panel meets three times a year and members are encouraged to provide insightful feedback on their journeys. Find Out More
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