Belclare / Sylane Community Council has been very active in the community life of the area.
In 2005 members organised, among other events,the Senior Citizens' Party...
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Annual events have been organised to promote community spirit, such as Duck Race, Santa & Christmas Party, Halloween Party. Other occasional social events are organised as well.
Senior Citizens Club
The Senior Citizens' Club opened its doors to all Senior Citizens of the area on 7th April 1993.
Thursday 7.30pm at the Barracks
Corofin Musical Society
Launched in 2015, Corofin Musical Society's introductory performance was "All Shook Up".
Having entertained and surprised, the next production is eagerly awaited
Belclare Amateur Drama Society
More information to follow.
Corofin Community Alert scheme is registered with Muintir na Tíre and is working in conjunction with our local garda to make our community a safer place to live.
Belclare Community Council
In 2005 members organised, among other events,the Senior Citizens' Party, two table quizzes and a progressive 25 card game.
The Community Council is responsible for the management and maintenance of the Community Centre in Belclare, the Sports Field in Claretuam and is the organising body for the Rural Social Scheme which is currently carrying out enhancement works in the parish.
Secretary of the Council: Joan Gardiner, Treasurers: Mary Heneghan and Mary Bushell,
Vice-Chairman: Peter O'Grady and the
Chairman is Sean Canney who can be contacted at 093 55327 for further information.
Corofin Musical Society
After months of rehersals the society has recently launched
this years production. "The Hot Mikado"!!
See thenews page for more!
Senior Citizens Club
A voluntary run recreation centre where persons within the community can meet on a weekly basis. It provides a warm welcoming atmosphere. Activities include Bingo, card playing, ceol, craic and a chance to chat with the neighbours while partaking of refreshments. All are welcome to attend every Thursday night at 7.30pm in the Garda Station Residence. A local bus service is provided to and from the centre
Corofin has a strong and thriving tradition of Irish music, Corofin Comhaltas aim to support this tradition by providing the opportunity to learn and play Irish Music both socially and competitively. The branch is closely affiliated with local national schools St. Colmans’, Annagh Hill, and Ballinderry. The branch meet regularly at Rambling House;Trad for Teens and Workshops. Comhaltas Corofin members enter Fleadhanna around the country and have had many successes both at County and National level. Registration is open year round. Please call club secretary on 087 -9701990 for more information.
Corofin Community Alert Scheme
Corofin Community Text Alert is up and running. Anyone who notices suspicious activity can ring Tuam Garda Station at (093)70840. You MUST tell them that you are a member of the Corofin text alert scheme.
Registration is still open to all members of the community. See Text Alert Scheme for more information on how to join.
The Community Alert Committee was elected after a general community meeting held in October 2012.
Chairperson: Neil McGill
Treasurer: Chris McGrath
Secretary: Caroline McDonagh
P R O: Sally Connaughton
Corofin Community Council
Background and Projects
The Corofin Community Council (CCC) was formed in 2002 with the aim of developing stronger community involvement.
Annual events have been organised to promote community spirit, such as Duck Race, Santa & Christmas Party, Halloween Party. Other occasional social events are organised, including Table Quizes and Treasure Hunts.
Any funds raised by the CCC are ploughed back into the community by funding our community projects (e.g. bridge flower baskets), and assisting other local voluntary organisations with projects (e.g. Corofin Utd. grounds entrance, Corofin Athletic Club).
Funds are currently being allocated to an ambitious Townland Signs Project, which is underway with good progress. Stone signs with the names of each of the sixty townlands (in English and as Gaeilge) will be erected.
From its office in the Corofin Barracks, regular meetings are held by the CCC Committee, which is made up of some of the local volunteers. It is through the generous help of local volunteers that the CCC events are so successful. Many of the volunteers are parents who find that the events give the children very entertaining social events that are both local and great value; whilst the volunteers themselves get great satisfaction from contributing to their own community.
…. ’Ask not what Corofin can do for you, but what you can do for Corofin’ ….
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Telephone: 087 1468777