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LISTEN BACK: Cross border funding to benefit Clones and Armagh community groups

Aug 16, 2022 15:08 By News Northern Sound
LISTEN BACK: Cross border funding to benefit Clones and Armagh community groups LISTEN BACK: Cross border funding to benefit Clones and Armagh community groups
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Clones Family Resource Centre is to receive €94,798 with its partner County Armagh Community Development for a 12 month ‘Connect2Gether’ project that will operate on a cross-border and cross-community basis in the Clones and Armagh areas.

Through a programme of activities and workshops, the programme will build connections and good working relationships between participants from the two communities.

Meanwhile, the International Fund for Ireland has committed a further €1.5m to peace and reconciliation efforts across Northern Ireland and the southern border counties.

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Aaron McElroy spoke to Angela Graham, the Manager of Clones Family Resource Centre and David McMullen, Project Co-ordinator with County Armagh Community Development to learn about their latest project.

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