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About Us

Nestled at the foot of the majestic Sperrin Mountains, the Kilcronaghan Activity and Conference Centre, of Kilcronaghan Centre for short, was opened in 2001 as a place where groups and individuals could meet, relax, and explore the wonderful countryside.

Situated where the Five Road Ends meet a couple of miles south-west of the village of Tobermore, it is located around four miles from the main arterial A6 Glenshane Road between Belfast and Londonderry, and only a couple of miles from the A29 which leads to the north coast or south towards Dungannon and the main road to Armagh.

 

Kilcronaghan Community Association

In 1994 plans were made for the construction of a new rectory for the local Church of Ireland minister. In response the local church purchased the old rectory and formed the Kilcronaghan Community Association to find funding for the renovation and conversion of the building into a community centre.

After five years of hard work by the members of Kilcronaghan Community Association to secure local and international funding for the project supported by the Rural Development Programme, around £400,000 was raised which allowed the centre to be fully refurbished into a multi-purpose residential building in 2000. The centre opened it's doors in the summer of 2001 with the official opening on 3rd October 2001 by the then Minister of Agriculture, Brid Rodgers MLA.

 

Social Enterprise

The Kilcronaghan Activity and Conference Centre was established as a Social Enterprise with the aim to run the centre commercially with all profits going back into maintaining the Old Rectory.

As part of this Social Enterprise, the former rectory was completely refurbished and extended to accommodate around 40 guests with en suite facilities and a recreation room. Since it's opening the centre has continued to be developed by the Kilcronaghan Community Association seeing the addition of an Education Suite and more recently the Conference Centre.

 

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