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£2.2million Community Hub opened by Minister Storey in Coleraine

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Social Development Minister Mervyn Storey MLA, today officially opened Causeway Rural and Urban Network Community Hub at Brook Street Coleraine.
~ Friday, 11 December 2015

Funding of £1.8million from the Department for Social Development (DSD) through its Modernisation Fund along with £462,000 funding from the Office of the First and Deputy First Ministers (OFMDFM) Social Investment Fund has enabled Causeway Rural and Urban Network to complete this new build.

Causeway Rural and Urban Network (CRUN) is now the landlord of a multi -purpose Community Resource Centre which comprises of over 9,000 square feet of office, retail and conference facilities.

Speaking at the official opening Minister Storey said: “This Community Hub will be an invaluable resource centre and is a welcome boost for the people of this area. Through my Department’s Modernisation Fund, community organisations can benefit financially to help meet the needs of vulnerable members of our society. I welcome the completion of this project as it will further enhance community cohesion and participation.

“By targeting resources in a way that has maximum impact, this Community Hub not only delivers the aims of the Modernisation Fund programme but demonstrates it in a practical way.”

CRUN has a database of over 120 groups who avail of their services and is now the largest provider of drug and alcohol education, prevention and training services in the Northern Board area. Over recent years CRUN has provided support services to 12,500 individuals across three Council areas.

Minister Storey added: “Causeway Rural and Urban Network has come along way since its formation in 1999 and I would like to take this opportunity to pay personal tribute and thanks to everyone who has been involved in such a success story.

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