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Community Centre Closure

As of Sunday 15th March, Three Ways Community Association have made the hard decision to close Three Ways Community Centre for the foreseeable due to the current crisis.

All activities organised by Three Ways Community Association (Senior Citizens Luncheon Club, Youth Group, Youth Project and Youth Club) have been cancelled and we urge parents to ensure young people do not turn up for any of these activities.

Our user groups have also been informed to cancel their activities until told otherwise by Three Ways Community Association, with the exception of Windmill Playgroup (FOR NOW).  Playgroup will be closed on Tuesday and Wednesday and updates will follow.

We are sure that all concerned will agree that the safety of our trustees, volunteers, young people and user groups are paramount.

Three Ways Community Association will update with reopening dates as and when deemed acceptable by our association.

We thank you for your understanding.

Three Ways Community Association

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Choices & Consequences

On Thursday 12th March, Three Ways Youth Project participated in CRJ Safer Stronger Communities Choices & Consequences workshop as part of our intergenerational programme of events.

The young people got to hear of the negative choices the two guest speakers made in their past and the consequences of their actions. With this, young people also had the opportunity to ask questions which we hope they will keep with them over the years.

A very worthwhile exercise that had the full attention of the young people, you could of heard a pin drop.

Three Ways Community Association and all young people involved thank CRJ, Ewan and the two guest speakers for delivering this workshop.

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Funding success for TWCA

Three Ways Community Association are delighted to receive confirmation today that our 3 applications totalling £4,500.00 has been successful with Newry, Mourne and Down District Council through their financial assistance programme.

Relying on funding is a nerve wrecking experience for all involved and we are delighted with the continued support from our local council.

Three Ways Community Association send our sincere thanks to NMDDC and Newry DEA Kerrie Morrow for the support.

We look forward to delivering community programmes over the next financial year for members of our community.

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Youth Group Treat Night

Very enjoyable time out for Three Ways Youth Group on Tuesday 10th March.

A visit to Lisburn bowling for a few rounds of bowls to acknowledge their hard work and development over the previous weeks.

Some shapes were thrown and we’ll not say much about the sides being up. Great experience for them to share as a group!

Three Ways Community Association and the young people involved with this initiative thank the Education Authority and Department for Communities for providing funding for this event.

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Fundraising Coffee Morning

Three Ways Youth Project have organised their Annual Coffee Morning to take place this year on Tuesday 14th April (Easter Tuesday).

The event will commence at 10:00am with lots of tea, coffee and tray-bakes for all those able to attend.

All proceeds from this initiative will be disbursed 50/50 between Three Ways Youth Project and Leukaemia & Lymphoma NI.

Be sure to call in and support!

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First Aid Training

On Wednesday 19th February, Three Ways Community Association held an Emergency First Aid programme.

Thanks to Cathy McMahon of the Confederation of Community Groups-Ballybot House for providing the vital programme and Mo Rocks for his facilitation.

Members of TWCA were in attendance to ensure that we are kept up to date with the skills needed to assist in an emergency situation.


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Afternoon Tea Dance

On Tuesday 18th February,  Three Ways Community Association hosted another Afternoon Tea Dance and a great afternoon was certainly had with over 50 seniors in attendance.

The afternoon was filled with tea, delicious treats, sandwiches, music, dance and craic.

Our thanks to each and everyone who attended and to the NR Health Sub Group, DFC and SHSCT for providing the funding this initiative.

Thanks also to Seamus and the team at The Boulevard for the hospitality and Danny Doran for the fantastic entertainment.

Photos attached for your viewing.