Ballyrolly House stood in 70 acres of land in Millisle, Co. Down. The Belfast Jewish Community saw to it that the farm would house Kindertransport refugees.
Millisle Primary School stands in the quiet seaside town of Millisle, Co. Down. During the 1940s some pupils were Jewish refugees from occupied Europe.
Millisle Beach, Millisle, Co. Down was a popular attraction in the 1940s, especially with the Jewish Kindertransport children who lived at a nearby farm.
Ballycopeland Windmill stands in Millisle, Co. Down. During World War Two, it became a local landmark for Jewish refugee children at the nearby Kinderfarm.
Hundreds of Jewish refugees came to the small village of Millisle, Co. Down during the Second World War where they escaped the horrors of the Holocaust.