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Ógras Centre, Coalisland Officially Reopened

21 October 2016

Ógras Centre, Coalisland has been officially reopened by Paul Carr, Deputy Director for the Regional Development Office within the Department for Communities and Councillor Dominic Molloy, Chair of the Development Committee at Mid Ulster District Council, on Friday 14th October 2016.

The funding of £247,308 for a refurbishment and associated fit out of Ógras Centre was aimed to provide a modern, fit for purpose and fully accessible youth facility for young people living in a recognised area of high deprivation.

The building now offers a range of modern facilities including a kitchen, a large function room and meeting rooms. Completed in March 2016, Ógras Centre has already seen an increase in the number of people using it.

Department for Communities representative Paul Carr commented,

“I firmly believe that excellent projects such as the Ógras Youth Centre are making a significant impact in the Neighbourhood Renewal areas and I would like to thank all those who made this possible.”

Councillor Dominic Molloy, Chair of Mid Ulster District Council’s Development Committee said,

“I am delighted to be here at the official reopening of Ógras Centre, Coalisland. This youth centre offers a safe base for young people in the area and provides beneficial activities and programmes in conjunction with the Education Authority. I would like to congratulate everyone involved for their hard work in completing this project.”

Chair of the Neighbourhood Renewal Partnership, Francie Molloy MP stated,

“As Chair of the Neighbourhood Renewal Partnership, I am delighted that we were able to support the Ógras Centre Youth Club in the refurbishment of this centre. We as a Partnership are committed to supporting worthwhile projects for the benefit of everyone living within the Coalisland Neighbourhood Renewal area.”

The project was funded by Neighbourhood Renewal funding through the Department for Communities.

Since September 2003 a total £8.4 million has been committed to the Coalisland and Dungannon areas from the Neighbourhood Renewal investment fund.

 

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