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Community Engagement held at Ballysally Youth and Community Centre

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There were lots of activities to enjoy at a recent community engagement event held at Ballysally Youth and Community Centre in Coleraine.

Organised by Causeway Coast and Glens Borough Council, the day provided an opportunity for local families to experience taster sessions from a range of providers including Musical Tots, Shotokan Karate and Jive NI.

The community also had the chance to comment on how they would like to see Ballysally Community Centre used and improved in the future.

Representatives from local community and statutory organisations including Building Ballysally Together, COAST, Coleraine Neighbourhood Renewal Partnership, Bee Heard, Harpur’s Hill Family Centre and Focus on Family were also present.

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