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Corduff Raferagh Community Association Mission Statement

To establish, promote and operate a community development programme, which will act as a focus and catalyst for community development for the community at Corduff and Raferagh in the County of Monaghan, with a view to promoting the social, economic and cultural welfare by empowering specific disadvantaged groups to effectively participate in a programme of personal and social development.

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Community Association Committee 2022/2024
Corduff Raferagh Community Association Committee 2022-2023 – Peadar Marron, Patricia Murtagh, Joan Farrelly, Denis McCabe, Bernie Ruth, Pauline Reilly, Mairead McConnon, Tom Fox, Margaret Fox, Ben Woods and Lorcan Hand.
Corduff Raferagh Community Association Committee 2022-2023 – Peadar Marron, Patricia Murtagh, Joan Farrelly, Denis McCabe, Bernie Ruth, Pauline Reilly, Mairead McConnon, Tom Fox, Margaret Fox, Ben Woods and Lorcan Hand.

Honorary President – Peadar Marron.

Honorary Vice Presidents – Patsy Finnegan, Philomena Lundy, Peter Brennan.

Chairperson – Lorcan Hand.  

Vice Chairperson – Colin McCusker.

Secretary – Patricia Murtagh. 

Assistant Secretary – Joan Farrelly. 

Treasurer – Ben Woods. 

Assistant Treasurer – Denis McCabe. 

PRO – Bernie Ruth.

Committee Members

  • John Finlass
  • Alan Smyth
  • Margaret Fox
  • Tom Fox
  • Sinead Finnegan
  • Felim McMahon

Community Association Committee 1984 – 2024

Staff Betty Lambe, Agnese Avotina & Manager Pauline Reilly
Staff Betty Lambe, Agnese Avotina & Manager Pauline Reilly. (Absent Siobhan Rampling).

Manager – Pauline Reilly. 

Staff Member – Betty Lambe. 

Staff Member – Agnese Avotina.

Staff Member – Lisa Ward.

Staff Member – Teresa O’Leary.

Corduff Raferagh Community Association

Corduff Raferagh Community Association are constantly striving to provide a comfortable and welcoming place for all members of our community and beyond.  In the past forty years the building has been maintained and updated to ensure it has the required facilities for the community to promote the social, economic and cultural welfare of the area.

Our newly renovated conference room and Hot Desk facility will provide working or study space for local business or individuals who would like an option from working from home.  This year we will begin the long awaited installation of a Lift and new Wheelchair accessible toilets, making the building more user friendly for all abilities.

During Covid our building was a secure environment for Shanks Engineering to conduct social distancing Safe Pass, Hoist and Health and Safety training and remains a space for all business to use for meeting and training purposes.  Teagasc discussion groups are held regularly, this forum not only provides a space for farmers to discuss agricultural developments and issues but also provides a social connection for farmers who are feeling isolated.

Many groups and families have used the facilities to celebrate parties, such as anniversary, birthdays, post wedding parties, including members of the Filipino community.  The regional Faith & Light group hold their annual Christmas party in the Community Centre.  Over the years classes and events have been organised to teach and enjoy different formats and styles of dance and music.  The Community Centre provides a venue for the local schools & preschool to hold concerts, plays and extracurricular activities.  

2 Hot Desks

Charity events organised by locals to gathered much needed funds for projects close to home or abroad such as Carrick Cancer, Climb with Charlie, Niall Mellon Trust, Haiti Earthquake Fund, Lourdes Fund and the Irish Cancer Society Pink Run to name just a few, have generated a wonderful community spirit.

CE employees who work in the Community Centre gain experience to develop skills which are transferable to many part time and full time jobs, recently Cormagh Development Company Ltd held a Mental Health information day for their CE workers in the Centre.

The Community Association Committee are always eager to introduce new activities, training, classes or events which will benefit all members of our local community.  So if you have any ideas you would like to share please come to one of our meetings or contact a committee member.

Corduff Raferagh Community Centre

A brief history

Community working together

In May 1980, a group of people in the community came together with a view to purchasing land to develop a football pitch and build a Community Centre.

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Corduff Raferagh Community Centre Location

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Corduff Raferagh Community Centre A81 A263

Corcreagh National School A81 YR59

Shantonagh Post Office A75 FK75

McEvoy’s Pharmacy, Shercock A81 YX27

Manor Farm Gates, Shercock, A81 RH39

Carrickmacross Workhouse A81 E372

Bawn Handball Club

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