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We are delighted to announce that Copelands has been shortlisted for a #Pinders Healthcare Design Award in the category of Best Architectural Design, which recognises "the layout and aesthetics of the building within its setting".

We hope you agree that Copelands provides a true home from home in a luxurious and state of the art environment for all our residents in a stunning location, and a peace of mind for their families and loved ones.

Ahead of Homeless Awareness Week from 6-10 December, we want to highlight an issue that affects so many that are having to move, whether on a regular basis or from temporary to supported accommodation or vice versa.

Black plastic bags are being used to move all their belongings and we believe there is a better option for them.

Our Christmas Toy appeal is now closed. 
Thank you to everyone who donated a gift or cash and enabled us to help so many children.

 

Since 1890, Belfast Central Mission has provided for those in need. Christmas can be the most difficult time of year for many families, and 2021 is likely to be difficult for even more.

This year, BCM will deliver a Toy Appeal (no food) to provide a sense of joy and fun for families across Northern Ireland.

Are you understanding of older people's needs?

Do you have a compassionate nature? 

Do you like sea views??

If so, then join us on 12th October to learn more about job opportunities across BCM, particularly Copelands, the new care home of the future on the County Down coast.

We are holding a special recruitment and information event to allow those who wish to learn more about the roles available across BCM's residential care services and projects and apply on the spot!

Recently, we were thrilled to have a three page spread in both the County Down Spectator and 

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