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Final push for funding of Cornfield Regeneration Project.

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Within the next week, Millburn Community Association will be submitting their application for funding of their ambitious Cornfield Regeneration Project.

The project aims to regenerate the Cornfield that lies between the Millburn and Ballysally estates to create a large outdoor activity centre that the children of both estates can enjoy.

For more information about the project, have a look at the embedded post below.

The Cornfield Project Funding Application will be submitted this time next week Please take a look at the Project…

Posted by Millburn Community Association on Thursday, 14 May 2015


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