The last of the children have left the building for the school holidays and the last of the classroom furniture has been moved to the New Hall. These are the last pictures of the Memorial Hall before we start the eight-week refurbishment project.
Category: CE Scheme
We’re delighted to announce that Lisacul Childcare have been awarded over €50,000 from the 2018 Childcare Capital Programme which is overseen by the Department of Children and Youth Affairs. The award will enable us to refurbish the existing classroom in the Community Centre by putting in new windows and a new ceiling, and build a …
Lisacul’s Community Development Company finally had their AGM last week after the Beast from the East moved off. Peter McDonagh was re-elected as Chair, Tom Coppinger was re-elected as Treasurer, and with Michelle Mahon stepping down, Elizabeth Care was elected as Secretary. The committee also produced a Review of what was achieved in 2017. The …
Visitors to the Community Centre and passers-by will have spotted the scaffolding going up around the building. What’s happening? We’re putting external insulation onto the building to reduce heat loss and to keep the building warmer over the winter – and we’ll save money on our heating bills too! We were able to part fund …
They NAILED it! What a triumph! What a delightful, laugh-out-loud funny and enjoyable night. Lisacul Players excelled in their latest production, the Sam Cree play “Cupid Wore Skirts”. The Wednesday and Saturday performances have long since sold out but if you can get to the Centre on Friday I would heartily recommend you book some …
The Community Centre in Lisacul hosts the administration office for the CE scheme covering Loughglynn and Lisacul. This means that the Centre is open for anyone to drop in from 9:30 to 13:30 to browse through the books or to grab a cup of tea (popping a donation into the refreshments fund box) or to …
A meeting in a graveyard resulted in a terrific write up in The Roscommon Herald this week. Paul Kirwan visited Lisacul in search of a conifer in Kilrooan, met with Mike Carty and the two ended up at the church admiring the work of the Tidy Towns Group and the Community Employment Scheme there. You …