Here we look back to 2010 and events at St Colm’s in Draperstown, the opening of Ballinascreen Credit Union and other community events.
Tiernan McCloskey and Shane McBride students from St Colm's High School Draperstown, busy colleting litter in the town as part in the Ballinascreen Action Group Keep Draperstown Tidy Campaign. The students are very eager to address the issue of litter in the town. The school have been awarded their second eco-flag and are keen to work with the action group and other agencies on issues that can improve the quality of life for residents in Ballinascreen.mm4209-176ar.
Students from st. Colm's High School, Draperstown Ballinascreen Action Group
Members of local community groups from the areas of Ballinascreen, Kilcronaghan and Desertmartin who received their grants from the Workspace Community Awards Scheme at the Rural College Draperstown last week pictured along with board members and staff from the Workspace group.mm42-338sr
James Watt and Alvin Mitchell (seated right) from the Desertmartin Community Group who attended the Ulster Scots Funding Evening pictured with - Sean McElhatton, Good Relations Officer with Cookstown Council, Deirdre Speer White, Community Development officer for the Northwest with Ulster Scots-Community Network, Sean Henry, Good Relations officer with Magherafelt Council, Graham Mawhinney, from the Ballinascreen Historical Society and Magherafelt councillor George Shiels.mm4410-121ar.