richard wallace Tag Archive

Local melody inspires celebration of legendary philanthropist

A haunting Irish air, an enigmatic aristocrat and an iconic local landmark will all play their part in what will be a genuinely memorable evening for the City of Lisburn. June...

The Legendary Philanthropist

“…there’s a reason why it’s called the Wallace. He was an extraordinary man…We want to restore his reputation.” (Wallace Collection director Dr Xavier Bray...

Where’s Wally?

Some schools have it easy when it comes to describing their alumni. Who hasn’t heard of Etonians? Harrovians? The term Old Fettesians may be unfamiliar but Fettes College, often...

From Wallace to Wallace

The name Wallace is synonymous with Lisburn as the legacy of Sir Richard Wallace is remembered in a series of landmarks around the city; Wallace Park, Wallace Avenue, the Wallace...