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Cavan Community for Climate Action

Cavan Community for Climate Action

We are a group that aim to support projects that involve community action, promote resilience of communities, sustainability and disseminate information by posting on out Facebook page and other social media.

Music/entertainment

Music/entertainment

CAVAN

Cloonacool environmental group

Cloonacool environmental group

Trying to establish more sustainable projects, ie bog, dark sky

Cootehill Chamber

Cootehill Chamber

We are a business and community support group

Ballybay Community, Arts & Cultural Centre

Ballybay Community, Arts & Cultural Centre

To develop a Town Centre based Community Facility by renovating an old building

Ballyshannon Regeneration Group

Ballyshannon Regeneration Group

We are a voluntary community group focused on positive development and regeneration of Ireland's Oldest town and its environs. Heritage, environment, local economy and wellbeing are central to our plans and activities.

Archaeology Matters Sligo

Archaeology Matters Sligo

This is for anyone who is an archaeologist in Co. Sligo or a local historian/heritage enthusiast who would like to raise issues in regard to site condition and how we can initiate conservation of sites that are in need of help. Also, other friendly discussions can be had around topics of interest, new sites being discovered etc. and how we can raise awareness of the existence of vulnerable sites.

Geevagh Mens shed

Geevagh Mens shed

We are based in the old community hall in Geevagh

McGahern Trail

McGahern Trail

Interpretative trail for John McGahern fans with a number of interpretative centres along the way. Between Mohill Fenagh Ballinamore and Aughawillan, the area where he grew up and lived for many years, that inspired a lot of his writing. It could be in conjunction with the development of a greenway based along the old Cavan Leitrim railway which stretches along this route. Tourists are coming to the area to find out where he lived and what inspired him - at the moment we don't offer anything cohesive to that tourist... there are significant opportunities here for these communities....

Break free from Addiction

Break free from Addiction

This would be a group that i would hope would help families aswell as addicts to overcome their addiction with help and advice it would be for drugs,alcohol and prescription medication where help will always be at hand if needed with no judgement on the person or their families

Corduff Raferagh Community Centre

Corduff Raferagh Community Centre

We are a rural community centre in Corduff, Carrickmacross, Co. Monaghan which became a Broadband Connection Point in 2020. We operate a state-of-the-art facility with large hall and stage, fully equipped catering kitchen, meeting rooms, training room and a social club. We have over 15 organisation using the facilities for music, sport, drama, dancing, training courses, meeting and events. We cater for all age groups and Bright Sparks Playschool and Afterschool is located in the facility.

Bundoran Community Development CLG

Bundoran Community Development CLG

We are a community development in Bundoran. We operate the Bundoran Community Centre.

Good Energies Alliance Ireland (GEAI)

Good Energies Alliance Ireland (GEAI)

Good Energies Alliance Ireland (GEAI) is an environmental NGO that focuses on animating Climate Action, especially in rural areas of Ireland. It is also an ESC coordinating organisation, hosting young European volunteers and sending groups abroad to work on the environment. GEAI is based in Leitrim but its remit is all-island. It is a member of the Irish Environmental Pillar and has links with environmental groups nationally and internationally. It was founded in 2011 and is a Registered Charity (No. 20154646). Its Directors are all volunteers. GEAI was at the forefront of the campaign against fracking (2011-2017), which resulted in legislation signed into law in 2017, banning on-shore fracking in Ireland. Now, our mission has shifted towards the promotion of a climate-resilient future for rural communities.

Tallanstown Walkway

Tallanstown Walkway

To Create a dedicated river walkway in Tallanstown which would be part of the Tain Trail.

Local Employment Service & Jobs Club

Local Employment Service & Jobs Club

The Local Employment Service (LES) & Jobs Club are both funded by the Department of Social Protection and are part of Monaghan Integrated Developed work with both job seeker and employers. If your unemployed or thinking about returning to work we can support you with training, education, funding, government employment schemes, and local employer information. Jobs Club delivers both one to one and group support in job preparation skills including CV development, cover letters, job searching, and mock interviews. The services are free and confidential. If your an employer seeking to recruit local job-ready people, we can support you by matching your recruitment requirements with available people. Our employer service is also free and confidential.

Corcaghan Community Centre

Corcaghan Community Centre

Community Centre facility catering for community events including meetings, drama groups, functions, dancing, youth club etc.

Knockatallon Development Committee

Knockatallon Development Committee

Knockatallon Community Development group carries out various development activities, festivals & events throughout the year in the local community of Knockatallon. We continually strive to better our community through continuous development of the area and the facilities.

Knockatallon Company Development CLG

Knockatallon Company Development CLG

Knockatallon Development Company CLG provides a wide range of services to the local community including but not limited to that of childcare services and of services to the elderly. Knockatallon Development Company CLG is operated as a social enterprise, with any surpluses generated being reinvested into the services being provided to the community. The main activity of the company is that of a rural tourism centre, hotel, bar and restaurant know as the Sliabh Beagh Hotel & Tourism Centre.

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