3fivetwo Healthcare recognised at Stormont event

1st, April 2014

3fivetwo Healthcare and the Grand Opera House celebrate recognition at an event held at the Parliament Buildings, Stormont by Arts & Business NI.

3fivetwo Healthcare and the Grand Opera House celebrate recognition at an event held at the Parliament Buildings, Stormont by Arts & Business NI. 


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3fivetwo Healthcare were delighted to attend an Investing in the Arts reception at Stormont arranged by Arts & Business NI, last week, to mark the successful partnerships between local businesses and arts organisations in Northern Ireland.  

The Arts & Business NI, Investing in the Arts event was hosted by Arts Minister, Carál Ní Chuilín in the Long Gallery in Parliament Buildings.

Cliodhna Mulhern, Marketing Manager at the 3fivetwo Group attended the event to collect the award on behalf of those invovled from 3fivetwo Healthcare and the Grand Opera House.

The cornerstone of the partnership between 3fivetwo Healthcare and the Grand Opera House was to promote an ethos of Health and the Arts as an essential part of well-being.

The partnership capitalised on the popular character of Humpty Dumpty to help engage with children and the family market to promote healthy living. Humpty Dumpty was given a key role in the annual pantomime at the Grand Opera House, and also attended a cross section of local schools, embedding the role and branding of 3fivetwo Healthcare within the performance itself.


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St Therese of Lisieux Primary School was one of the schools which benefited from the pantomime workshop organised by 3fivetwo Healthcare and the Grand Opera House. 

Click here to find out more about the workshop visit to St Therese of Lisieux Primary School


Through investment from Arts and Business NI, the partnership was able to create a series of pantomime workshops in a cross section of schools to bring theatre experience to children who would not otherwise have the opportunity to engage in the Arts. Over a five-week period the schools worked with teachers and trainers to deliver a performance in their own schools. The workshops were combined with teacher training and in-school packs for children and the children were able to attend the pantomime in January 2014.


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Cliodhna Mulhern, Marketing Manager at the 3fivetwo Group said, “Being recognised at this event was a great honour. The Schools Projects with the 3fivetwo Group and Grand Opera House have had a really big impact on local communities and the children involved. The feedback we received from the teachers and assistants involved has been extremely positive and many were keen to get involved again.”

This project forms part of the continued charity and community work the 3fivetwo Group is involved in on a continuous basis.  

To find out more about the community work the 3fiveto Group have helped, please click here.


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