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The New Conference Room @ Kilcronaghan Activity Centre.Private Facilities now available to hire.
Ideal for all your family celebrations....
Christening; Childrens birthday parties; Evening receptions; 18th & 21st celebrations;
Wedding anniversaries, & much more.
Modern kitchen facilities for catering.
Private grassed area for bouncy castle/BBQ.
RING NOW FOR AVAILABILITY & COSTS.
Kilcronaghan Activity and Conference Centre is situated at the foot of the Sperrin Mountains, Northern Ireland and provides an excellent residential base for anyone visitingthe local area. Previously known as a Youth Hostel, it now offers 'home from home' comforts yet still at budget prices.
The Centre is a springboard to the
Sperrin area where there are many local attractions and activities to
keep visitors happy.
Read comments left by previous guests.
Reconciling Communities Project
Community Association with
This project is funded by the International Fund for
Community Association's first community news sheet. It is
currently circulated widely within the Tobermore - Desertmartin -
Draperstown triangle & throughout the Magherafelt district.
The newsletter provides up to date information on whats
happening at the Activity Centre, articles on events &
exciting news about a new conference room!
News will be published twice a year, & if you have an article or
community information that you would
like us to include in the next newsletter, please forward the details
to the Activity Centre. KCA News has been financed by
All our planned events for 2012 have passed & we are in the process of finalising our schedule for 2013 - please check back soon for details.
Restyle with Lucy!
Thursday 31st May 2012.Lucy advised & demonstrated how we can update & remodel our clothes without much skill or expense.
This exclusive event to the area & hosted by the Community Association in our new Conference Suite, was a wonderful evening.
All ladies were mesmerized with the enthusiasm & passion of Lucy as she restyled dated looks to modern Chanel look alikes!
We were all treated to inside secrets .. reusing jumper cuffs, bits of lace & even tights!
The very successful evening was complimented & concluded with a tasty supper - thanks to all the helpers prior to & on the evening.
The committee would like to thank Lucy for the evening of entertainment. Many thanks also to all those who bought tickets & attended the event.
This event was Part Funded by Magherafelt Arts Trust
LATEST NEWS.The new conference room & shower block is now completed, within schedule. This new build is just behind the Centre & offers modern conference facilities, meeting rooms, kitcken & toilets/shower area.The conference room is now available to hire, please contact the Centre Manager to view the facilities & enquire about rates.
This new Centre is available to hire for meetings, conferences, childrens birthday parties, family occasions, evening classes, morning coffee groups etc. We are currently putting together a programme of events/classes for the Summer & Autumn, so check back soon to see whats on!
The building was part funded by SWARD & the Rural Development Programme.
Ballinascreen Historical Society recently published their latest Gravestone Inscription series - KILCRONAGHAN GRAVESTONE INSCRIPTIONS _ Old church, Mormeal & Presbyterian Church, Tobermore.Books are on sale, £4, in most local shops or from the Activity Centre. Arrangements can be made for posting copies.
'A Romantic Myth?,
150th Anniversary of Kilcronaghan Parish Church
This book written to celebrate the 150th anniversary of Kilcronaghan Parish Church, Tobermore gives us a glimpse of parish life in a small rural parish in South Londonderry from the beginning of the 18th Century to the present day.
Copies of the books are available from telephone no. 02879643838, e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org , the Centre and local shops.
Click on EVENTS for news on other planned events during the year.
Thank-you to everyone who supported the annual plant sale on Friday 18th May.
There was a good turn out despite the unseasonal weather & lots of local gardens will be much brighter this summer!
A big thanks to our green-fingered ladies who provided another wonderful selection of healthy plants, shrubs & tubs!
Without their hard work & dedication we would not be able to hold this annual event.
Thanks also to those who donated items & helped in preparing for the evening.
8th Annual Vintage Rally & Family
As always this day involves a lot of pre-planning & organising. The Committee would like to extend their thanks to everyone who helped in any way - all contributions were much appreciated. Thanks also to the many local business' who provided sponsorship to the event.
Five Road Ends Ulster Scots Summer School, Monday 25th - Friday 29th July 2011 - we had a wonderful week of fun & learning. The local children enjoyed all activities & especially the bus trip to The Ulster American Folk Park. Thanks to the local support & also to the Ulster Scots Agency for their financial assistance.
Annual Charity BBQ & Dance, Friday 17th June 2011.