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Portrush Matters Community Group has proposed an alternative vision for the Dunluce Centre

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Their vision follows the theme of a healthy & active living and includes a mixture of Community meeting / multi-purpose spaces to facilitate outreach & educational work for all age groups, a Community Café focusing on healthy eating, a soft play / crèche area, Artisan craft studio’s / retail units for local Artisan producers, state of the Art Golf simulators, A Community Gym and a Climbing wall.

This vision was arrived at, following extensive public consultation at open meetings in the town and from feedback from their  300+ members. A key recurrent theme was the lack of year-round facilities in the town and a wish for the building to be retained for community use, with a mix of facilities that should be open all year round.

Causeway Coast Community understands that their proposal would result in a reduced & fixed cost to the Council and a superb community focused facility that would be an activity centre for visitors to the Resort.

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