HopeCreative

Hope Creative is our newly established social enterprise project which works with the best emerging creative talent and graduates to deliver imaginative creative projects for clients. Hope Creative provides a range of services including graphic design, web development, short-film production and street art and visual installations, as well as other mixed medium creative projects. Hope Creative also provides arts and creative workshops for people of all ages in mediums such as painting, ceramics and photography. We also work in partnership to deliver creative lobbying and campaign projects. 

All profits from Hope Creative are invested in continuing our work to support addicts and people with substance and alcohol problems. 

HopeCreative

Hope Creative is our newly established social enterprise project which works with the best emerging creative talent and graduates to deliver imaginative creative projects for clients. Hope Creative provides a range of services including graphic design, web development, short-film production and street art and visual installations, as well as other mixed medium creative projects. Hope Creative also provides arts and creative workshops for people of all ages in mediums such as painting, ceramics and photography. We also work in partnership to deliver creative lobbying and campaign projects. 

All profits from Hope Creative are invested in continuing our work to support addicts and people with substance and alcohol problems. 

HopeMarket

Hope Market is our arts and crafts shop based at The Hope Centre in the heart of Ballymena. Hope Market includes items made by our service users and volunteers alongside a donated range of products from some of the best emerging and graduate makers in Northern Ireland. As all the items on sale at Hope Market are unique, please call in regularly to see what we have on offer. 

All profits from Hope Market are invested in continuing our work to support addicts and people with substance and alcohol problems. 

HopeGallery

Series by James Mc Court

27.01.2019—

James McCourt is a documentary photographer from West Belfast. Focusing mainly his attention to community based projects around where he lives. Sharing his knowledge on photography and helping people through tough times (alcohol abuse, drugs and suicide) has been key in working on his latest project, For The Good Turf.

This project documents an urban farm with a big heart. Located in St James, this farm has been a positive way to bring a community closer. The project offers those facing difficult circumstances through alcohol and drug addiction a way to learn valuable skills and gives them a safe place to stay and meet new people.

Managed by two local men of the area, Dan and Limbo, the volunteers help maintain the farm land. Building sheds, fairy gardens and pathways through the farm from recycled materials from the homes off the estate.

Sky Series by Hannah Watson

13.11.2017—

Contact Us 

7 — 11 Broughshane Street, Ballymena, County Antrim / 028 2563 2726 / info@hopeballymena.com


7 — 11 Broughshane Street, Ballymena, County Antrim / 028 2563 2726 / info@hopeballymena.com


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