The opening of the Bohermore Community Centre is “another positive step in the effort to ensure the community has the resources it deserves”.
This is the according to Fianna Fáil city councillor Ollie Crowe, who officially opened the centre, along with Sr Maura Winton, recently.
A total of €75,000 has been spent renovating the community centre which is located in the former clubhouse of Galway Hibs, who moved to a new state of the art clubhouse last May.
Cllr Crowe paid tribute to the work of the Bohermore Community project, led by co-ordinator Noeleen Francis and chair Anna Killeen saying they had carried out “invaluable and immeasurable work over the last number of years”.
The Galway City Central councillor also said that further works are set to take place in the coming months, which will feature the installation of six speed ramps in the Bohermore terraces; repairing footpaths; and the development of the common area outside the community centre to provide additional amenities.