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[ June 18, 2019 by threeways 0 Comments ]

End of Year Dance

On Tuesday 18th June, Three Ways Community Associated hosted the ‘End of Year Tea Dance’ in Three Ways Community Centre. Such craic and fun was had by all throughout the entire afternoon.  It’s great for us as an association to see them all enjoy themselves.  Exactly what a community should be like.

Attended by many local residents, all those in attendance enjoyed a Buffett provided by The Boulevard Restaurant and Entertainment provided by local musician Danny Doran.

We in Three Ways Community Association were delighted to deliver the event and look forward to delivering further Tea Dances in the near future (funding permitted)

Three Ways Community Association wish to thank Seamus and his fantastic staff at The Boulevard for their service, the ladies serving etc are always on hand and deliver with sheer dedication.  Thanks also to Danny Doran, he had all those in attendance on the floor throughout the afternoon singing songs of their era.

Our biggest of thanks to our Committee Member and dear friend Patricia O’Gorman.  Patricia, week in, week out goes above and beyond to facilitate and coordinate our Senior Citziens Luncheon Club and events like today.  We really would be lost without her.


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[ June 10, 2019 by threeways 0 Comments ]

TWYG Coffee Morning

Three Ways Youth Group as part of their fundraising initiatives for Macmillan Cancer and Cancer Fund for Children have organised a ‘Coffee Morning’ for Saturday 6th July from 10:00am – 1:00pm in Three Ways Community Centre.

Recently, the young people have completed a 16hour sit-in on Friday 7th June and have been busy arranging the next initiative to raise as much funds and awareness for the 2 local charities who provide exceptional support and guidance to those who need it most.

Be sure to come along on the day and join us in raising a cup or two to Macmillan and Cancer Fund for Children.

We will have a Bouncy Castle and play area for those bringing children along with them to keep them entertained.

There is no cover charge for the event. Donation buckets will be displayed on the day and your support will be greatly appreciated.

Interested in baking or are you a business who could donate resources? If so, contact us directly by: Tel – 07768 669291 | Email –

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[ June 5, 2019 by threeways 0 Comments ]

CRJ’s Safer Driving

Young people from the Newry DEA over the recent weeks have had the opportunity to complete a ‘Safer Driving Programme’ which was designed to give young people a new skills set and prepare them for the the motoring environment.

The sessions explored hazards & risks, a trip to Newry Firestation for a demonstration and a case study.  On completion of the sessions, the young people were awarded with FREE Driving Lessons to reward them for their participation and commitment to the programme.

The programme was delivered by Community Restorative Justice’s – Digging Deeper Project and was funded and supported by the International Fund For Ireland through their Peace Impact Programme.

Three Ways Community Association were delighted to put forward four of our young people and are delighted each of them completed and soon will be putting their new skills set to use when they take to the roads to preapre for their theory and driving exams.

A massive well done to all young people involved from across the DEA, and a special mention to Community Restorative Justice Newry Armagh and their faciliators for providing this excellent and well attended programme by addressing the needs of our young people.

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[ June 4, 2019 by threeways 0 Comments ]

Collaboration with Clanrye

Three Ways Youth Group over the recent weeks and months have been working on an exciting product through the leading training and development organisation – Clanrye Group.

Our young people attended and participated in a BASE Video production on May 11th in Newry Variety market. At present the finished product is being edited highlighting issue with poor mental health and the dangers of drugs & alcohol affecting young people within the Newry, Mourne and Down area.

A number of key organisations were involved including; PIPS Hope and Support, Dunlewey Addiction Services, Simon Community, Women’s Aid, Newry Samaritans, Start 360 and Davina’s Ark.

Three Ways CA were delighted to be involved and supporting Clanrye with the production.

We look forward to seeing the finished product.

Well done to all involved.

For more information on any of these organisations and the services the offer, choose one of the following;


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[ June 4, 2019 by threeways 0 Comments ]

Ladies Afternoon Tea

This afternoon, our members of Three Ways Luncheon Club had an afternoon out.

They were treated to ‘Afternoon Tea’ at the fantastic Boulevard Resturant.

The display and selection of produce supplied by the staff was exceloptional and we thank them for their hospitality.

All our ladies througholy enjoyed themselves and looking forward to their outing next week.

Thanks Seamus, Nuala and Staff.