We rely on Twitter for everything from being the first to get breaking news to discovering local and global trends, from keeping up to date with events to getting a laugh from our fave celebs. Over time feeds can become a bit yawn and need a little revitalisation to keep things interesting. Every Friday, which we have now re-christened #FollowFriday, we will suggest our top three Twitter accounts to pump up your feed and put some pow back into your Twitter experience.
And while you’re at it, why not follow the author of this article – @grainneglenny
1. Tiger Stores
Popular Danish retailer, Tiger, is finally making its long awaited debut in Belfast. The arrival of the new store on Castle Lane also means the arrival of seven new jobs for the city. Tiger’s product range includes unique and stylised homewares so you can easily and affordably restyle your home as well as quirky office stationery fit to make your colleagues jealous. The stock changes regularly meaning the store offers a new experience each time you shop there. There are some permanent items that are sure to soon grace Belfast homes such as high quality, colourful candles, delicious cooking spices and more. Follow them for updates on the store opening, for tonnes of Arts&Crafts ideas and previews of their offbeat product range.
— Tiger Stores Ireland (@TigerStoresIE) October 21, 2015
2. Belfast City Council
Belfast City Council is the hub of the community and a wealth of information on everything from how to apply for a dog licence to ensuring your rubbish is picked up on the right day. Along with the mundane and practical, Belfast City Council also provide a full schedule of inclusive events for everyone to enjoy right through the year as well as maintaining Belfast’s impressive portfolio of parklands. It’s not surprise that @belfastcc has over 55,000 followers – it is your best bet for a nice mix of both fun and informative updates.
— Belfast City Council (@belfastcc) October 28, 2015
3. Action Cancer
This weekend marks the return of November and with that the return of Movember. Action Cancer, Ireland’s leading, local cancer charity is calling on people to take part in the month long challenge to raise much needed funds and create awareness. Don’t forget to use #ACGroMo
— Action Cancer (@actioncancer) October 27, 2015