Public urged to make use of re-vamped centre

Published 08/01/2014|05:20

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Second Louth Sea Scouts Damien Campbell, Frank Conlon and Caoilte O'Rourke at the re-opening of the Blackrock Community Centre.

Following the 'droves' that turned up to view the revamped interior of the community centre, a call has been made to show their real appreciation of the facility by making use of it.

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Following the 'droves' that turned up to view the revamped interior of the community centre, a call has been made to show their real appreciation of the facility by making use of it.

The official opening of the new look centre before Christmas evoked a delighted re-action from the large crowd that attended.

This pleased the hall committee that spent the last year planning and spearheading the transformation of the centre into a modern warm and welcoming facility to cater for all ages.

Now the committee's wish is to see it become a vibrant hub within the community and will sit down this month to consider ways of doing that.

The committee consulted with existing users and potential users and the local public on what type of facilities they wanted in the centre and those wishes were fulfilled judging from the feedback on the opening day.

The committee now would welcome individuals and groups who have ideas to use thee centre, and are open to suggestions, a spokesperson said.

The spokesperson pointed out that the centre was very suitable for the staging of parties. 'We would encourage people to come forward and use it and welcome anybody who would like to help in the running of the centre'.

The Argus

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