International Women’s Day Celebration Event

I’m delighted to be one of the guest speakers at this event celebrating inspirational women where I’ll be in the very good company of Liz Weir, MBE, Storyteller, Bebhinn McKinley, Community Activist and Emma Mulholland, Fiddle Player.

We will be telling the story of various women from our past and present – queens, warriors, mothers, activists, sisters, scholars, daughters, pirates, wives and authors – women who have inspired others.

The celebration is being organised by the Carson Project, supported by the International Fund for Ireland and St Stephen’s Green Trust.

Tea and coffee will be served. The event will be held in Ballymena North Business and Recreation Centre, Cushendall Road, Ballymena on Friday 06 March 2020 from 7.00 – 9.00pm.

All are welcome to attend and booking is not required.

We hope to see you there!

About the Author

Natalie Bodle, a native of Northern Ireland is the author of the Roots Blog and founder of Roots Revealed. She is a professionally qualified genealogist and is a member of APG. She is also a qualified tour guide and a member of TGNI.

Roots Revealed provides genealogy research services to clients who are searching for their Irish, Northern Irish and Scots-Irish ancestors, in addition to genealogy tours and family history courses. For more information about the full range of services provided by Roots Revealed, please visit or get in touch by emailing



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