1. Omagh man founder of Folk Music’s Hall of Fame

    Originally from Omagh, Charles McCutcheon was born into a musical family and reared on land that is now the Ulster American Folk Park. After enjoying a long career in the music industry, working with some of the world’s biggest artists, Charles is now focused on opening The Folk Music Hall of Fame.

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    Living Away

    Omagh man founder of Folk Music’s Hall of Fame
  2. Cereal Cafe owned by Belfast twins going global

    When Belfast twins Alan and Gary Keery first opened Cereal Killer café in London back in 2014, it made the evening news. It seemed like such a mad idea that people struggled get their heads around it.

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    Living Away

    Cereal Cafe owned by Belfast twins going global
  3. Northern Ireland was always referred to as “home” in our house.

    Born in Belfast but raised in Canada, Janice Muldoon’s identity and sense of home has never been in doubt. For Janice, ‘home’ has always been Northern Ireland. After years of deliberating she and her husband Brian finally decided to make the move to Northern Ireland. This is their experience…

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    Coming Home

    Northern Ireland was always referred to as “home” in our house.
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