Through Changing Scenes
125th Anniversary book celebrating BCM's legacy
Launch of project for older people in Armagh & Dungannon
Launch of project for older people in Armagh & Dungannon
L-R: Leona Larkham, Project Manager, Housing Support for Older People Armagh & Dungannon; Mairead McAlinden, Chief Executive, Southern Health & Social Care Trust; Councillor Sean McGuigan, Mayor of Dungannon & South Tyrone; Mary McDonnell, Senior Principal Officer, Supporting People; Brian Burns, Director, BCM.
Brian Burns, Copelands, Stormont, Dementia
Copelands, Dementia & Nursing Care
Brian Burns, Director of BCM at Copelands Launch, Parliament Buildings, Stormont attracts positive response
Copelands, dementia, BCM
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Founded in 1889 as part of the Methodist church’s response to problems inherent in inner-city life, BCM is involved with all sectors of the community, irrespective of religious or political affiliation. Our aim is to support those most in need in our society and enable them to reach their full potential. We do this through our diverse social care projects, cross-community programme and our two congregations.