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|About||Mullintur Ulster Scots Improvement Committee is a non-profit rural/cultural development group|
|Mission||To promote the benefit of the inhabitants of Mullintur and District and its environs described as the "area of benefit" without distinction of age, sex, religious or other opinion and in doing so advance knowledge and appreciation of the Ulster Scots language and culture.|
Prior and since its formation in 2007, MUSIC have delivered various training events such as music tuition, IT, First Aid, and Good Relations to its members of all ages. Such events were funded directly or indirectly by many governmental and funding agencies in particular the Ulster Scots Agency.
The group were also instrumental in securing funding from the Rural Development Council under the "Maximising Community Space" programme which allowed them to tastefully undertake considerable renovation and refurbishment of their hall.
As well as the aforementioned training, this refurbishment has facilitated the group to also host various social events in their hall including table quizzes, Burns super and dances the majority of which promote Ulster Scots Culture and Heritage among both its attendant members and the wider community.
|Awards||Mullintur Orange Hall celebrated the 100th year anniversary of its build in 1997 whilst Sir William Allen Memorial RBP 153 marked the 60th year anniversary of formation in 2008.|