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[ September 16, 2019 by threeways 0 Comments ]

Youth Club Commences


Three Ways Community Assocaition are ready to recommence with our Junior Youth Club next Tuesday (24th September) from 6:30pm – 8:00pm.

Our junior youth club will run weekly on Tuesday evenings. At a cost of £1 a week to help cover costs of running the programme, we are looking forward to getting back into the swing of things with the young people and making plenty of memories with activites, trips and events on a weekly basis.

We look forward to welcoming all current members back and welcoming those new members. Plenty of space for all to attend. Ages MUST be 7+

For more information, contact the association via E: | T: 07768 669291

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[ September 16, 2019 by threeways 0 Comments ]

Afternoon Tea Dance

We are delighted to have received support from the DFC through the Southern Health and Social Care Trust NR Health Programme to run a series of Afternoon Tea Dances over the coming months.

The first Afternoon Tea Dance will take place on Tuesday 24th September from 3:00pm – 5:00pm and is open to all individuals over the age of 60.

Throughout the afternoon, there will be plenty of music from the fantastic Danny Doran, Food from the fabulous The Boulevard Restaurant and dancing from all in attendance.

This event is FREE of charge thanks to the funding from the NRP.

Should you require any further information, please contact us via: Email: or Tel: 07724 206619

Look forward to seeing you all then!

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[ September 16, 2019 by threeways 0 Comments ]

New Youth Group Launched

Wow 😲 what a great start.

On Tuesday 10th September, we commenced our new personal and social development programme and were delighted to have 17 young people take up on the programme.

This informal education programme is the start of a 5 year journey that will focus on giving these young people a new skill set and support mechanism as they move into their teenage and adolescent years.

We are beyond delighted with the uptake and are excited about making memories, friendships and shaping the way forward in youth development.

This project is funded and supported by the Education Authority and Department for Communities.  Thanks to them all for the continued support.