Fermoy CommunityResource Centre
The Fermoy Community Resource Centre was officially opened on December 6, 1989 and since then the centre has provided a number of key services and programmes to the people of Fermoy and its environs.
The Fermoy Resource Centre is celebrating 30 years of proudly Serving the Community!
Key Services to Fermoy Community
The Centre’s key services and programmes include:
Meals on Wheels
Jolly Tots Playschool
Fermoy Community Health Project:
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2.30 - 4.30
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Thursday 25th May
Coffee morning in Fermoy Community Resource Centre in aid of Meals on Wheels
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Monday 12th June 10am to 3pm
Neptune Stadium 95 Gerald Griffin St, Blackpool
FREE Event, please register in advance; details on the poster.
Fermoy Community Health Project & Fermoy Community Network
The Centre is also home to the Fermoy Community Health Project , co-funded by the Health Service Executive and the Board of Management of the Resource Centre, which has been effective since October 2013. Fermoy Community Health Project continues on developing sustainable health projects for individuals and families within the community.
Another group which has very close links with the Resource Centre is the Fermoy Community Network (formerly Fermoy Family Coordinating Group). It was setup by the HSE Community Work Department as an information sharing network and it is made up of members of voluntary, community and statutory representatives working or supporting groups and services in the community.