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St Matthew's Church 150 Years Exhibition Launch at PRONI

St Matthew's Church 150 Years exhibition has been launched at PRONI.

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Pictured at the launch of the St Matthew's Church 150 Years exhibition at the Public Record Office of Northern Ireland (PRONI) are (L-R) Professor Olwen Purdue, from Queen's University Belfast; Dr Jackie Redpath, Greater Shankill Partnership; Professor Ian Greer, President and Vice-Chancellor of Queen's University Belfast; The Rev Tracey McRoberts, Rector St Matthew’s Church; Janet Hancock, PRONI; and Sam Guthrie. 
Celebrating and showcasing the evolving social history linked to St Matthew's Church, the oldest parish in Belfast, and the community over the past 150 years the exhibition of photos, artefacts and displays have now been housed at PRONI. 
This project is part of a strategic partnership between Queen’s University and the Greater Shankill Children and Young People Zone where the University and the community collaborate on interventions aimed at making a lasting difference to the lives of people in the area.

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