Regal Cinema, Donaghadee, Co. Down
The Regal Cinema was a small cinema in Donaghadee, Co. Down showing movies and newsreels. It was a favourite for the Kindertransport children from Millisle.
Bangor Academy, Bangor, Co. Down
Bangor Academy merged Bangor Girls' High School and Gransha Boys' High School in 2001. During the 1940s, Kindertransport girls attended the Bangor school.
Millisle Primary School, Millisle, Co. Down
Millisle Primary School stands in the quiet seaside town of Millisle, Co. Down. During the 1940s some pupils were Jewish refugees from occupied Europe.
Regent House Grammar School, Newtownards, Co. Down
Regent House Grammar School is a controlled grammar school in Newtownards, Co. Down. During the 1940s, some of its pupils were Kindertransport children.
Jewish Hostel, Cliftonpark Avenue, Belfast, Co. Antrim
In the late 1930s, many Jews attempted to escape Europe. Belfast Jewish Community established a Jewish Hostel at Cliftonpark Avenue, Belfast, Co. Antrim.
Mooney’s Bar, Cornmarket, Belfast, Co. Antrim
Mooney's Bar was a popular city centre haunt for people from Belfast, Co. Antrim for many years. In this bar in 1939 a very important document was signed.
Ballyrolly House, Millisle, Co. Down
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.
Bangor Grammar School, Bangor, Co. Down
bangor Grammar School is an all-boys school in the coastal town of Bangor, Co. Down. It dates back to 1856, founded by Colonel The Honourable Robert Ward.