Ten Community Centres In Tipperary Receive Funding Under New Community Centre Investment Fund

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Ten community centres in county Tipperary are to receive funding under the new Community Centre Investment Fund announced today by Minister Heather Humphreys.  Grants of between €25,000 to €300,000 were available to successful projects.

The successful Tipperary projects includes some allocations of sums in excess of  €200,000.

Burncourt Community Council is allocated €210,000, Roscrea Cares Company €246,000, Ballymackey Football Club €119,000, The Three Drives Family Resource Centre Tipperary town €58,000, Rosegreen Development Association €41,000, Ballagh Social centre €36,000, Newport  Development Assoc. €40,000, Clonmel Scout group €25,000, Terryglass Improvements Association €25,000 and Drom Community centre €10,000.

The funding will be used to upgrade, renovate and refurbish Community Centres, Parish Halls, Scouts Clubs, Youth Hubs, Family Resources Centres and Sports Complexes across the country with a national total of €33m  awarded to 278 applications across the country.