EXAMPLES AND INVESTMENT IN COMMUNITY PROJECTS

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COBH CATHEDRAL LIGHTING

This project was developed in tandem with Cobh Tourism. SECAD provided investment to allow for low energy lighting to be uses to illuminate this iconic cathedral.

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BALLYCOTTON ISLAND TOURS

Ballycotton Island Lighthouse Tours is a ‘not-for-profit’ company that aims to bring you on a magical, historical and unique tour.SECAD helped to make this happen.

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TRACTON ARTS AND COMNUNITY CENTRE

SECAD provided funding to the Knocknamanagh old school renovation project, which resulted in a community exhibition centre co-ordinated by Lisa Rauch. It is now a community centre, which provides exhibition space, theatre and activity areas.  

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CARRIGALINE ACTIVE RETIRED

Installation of outdoor exercise equipment promoting physical activity in adults particularly older adults living within Carrigaline. SECAD was delighted to support this project in 2011.

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TÚS EMPLOYMENT SCHEME

SECAD commenced the Tús Community Employment Initiative in July 2011 and steadily expanded it since then. The Tús initiative is a community work placement scheme providing short-term working opportunities for unemployed people. The placement opportunities benefit community and voluntary organisations in both urban and rural areas. The Department of Social Protection has overall responsibility for […]

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RURAL TRANSPORT PROGRAMME

SECAD operates 15 scheduled routes through the Rural Transport Programme in South & East Cork supporting various groups who have difficultly accessing public transport in the area.

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MOBILITY AND TRANSPORT – ISEMOA

SECAD is the only Irish Partner in a European mobility and accessibility project called “ISEMOA” (“Improving Seamless Energy-efficient Mobility chains for All”).

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CATALYST BUSINESS NETWORK FOR WOMEN

A project to provide information and advice, training and networking opportunities for women who are starting out or want to grow their business.

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CARRIGTWOHILL COMMUNITY COUNCIL

The council was established to promote and operate a community development programme, which acts as a focus and catalyst for community development for the community.

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KNOCKNAMANAGH COMMUNITY CENTRE AND THEATRE

Through the work of the Tracton Community Council the building was restored in 2008 with a view to developing a community facility on the site to cater for the 3000 people in the locality.

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HISTORIC GRAVES

20,000 grave memorial records from 127 historic graveyards were digitally submitted to Cork County Library by the Historic Graves project.

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