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SPORTS FUNDING AVAILABLE FROM THE FERMANAGH TRUST

The Fermanagh Trust has supported hundreds of community based projects in Fermanagh over the last twenty four years, including a number of sporting initiatives. Three of the Trust’s grant programmes have a particular focus on sport and are currently open for applications.     The Fermanagh Recreational Trust supports the development and funding of recreational activities in County Fermanagh with a particular emphasis on young people and youth development. Organisations or indiv...

MINISTER WHO PLAYED IMPORTANT ROLE IN THE PEACE PROCESS ‘ENCOURAGED’ BY FERMANAGH SHARED EDUCATION

At the end of last term, after 64 years when he was a teacher at the school, Reverend Harold Good returned to Brookeborough Primary School, where he had some praise and words of encouragement for the staff and children.   © John McVitty   Rev. Good came to Brookeborough in 1955, spending  a year as a teacher in the school before going on to do his entrance examinations for the Methodist Ministry. An important part of the Peace Process, he was one of the two independent witn...

£50,000 FROM THE SLIEVE RUSHEN WIND FARM FUND INVESTED INTO LOCAL PROJECTS INCLUDING TOURIST ACCOMMODATION

17 organisations carrying out various local projects in the south west Fermanagh and Cavan area have been awarded funding totalling £50,000 from the Slieve Rushen Wind Farm Fund. Administered by the Fermanagh Trust, the fund awards grants to community projects located close to the Slieve Rushen Wind Farm, providing the local community with access to financial support.   (L-R) Lauri McCusker Director of the Fermanagh Trust and Sharon Howe from Swanlinbar Development Association  ...