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Future of Community Centre hangs in balance

Thursday, 22 June 2017

Future of Community Centre hangs in balance thumbnailGreysteel Community Centre.

A GREYSTEEL Community group has issued a warning to Causeway Coast and Glens council that "under no circumstance" will they move from or close the local centre. The future of the valuable Greysteel Community Centre hangs in the balance as a decision by Council has been deferred to allow time to explore other options.
The rural community centre is the subject of a debate between the community and council as locals are adamant the centre will not be closing.
Sinn Fein Councillor Brenda Chivers requested the item on the Leisure and Development Committee agenda be postponed until August, at a meeting of the committee on Tuesday June 13.
Raymond O'Hara from the Greysteel Community Association (GCA), who occupy the centre, told the Northern Constitution the centre "will under no circumstances be closing."
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Raymond added: "Greysteel Community Association has been in existence for over 30 years and for the last twenty five of those years they have been based in the Greysteel Community Centre.
“The building is owned by Causeway Coast and Glens Borough Council and before that Limavady Borough Council (LBC).

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