Community hub keeps locals connected to each other and the world

Ballinkillen Community Hub has something for everyone, from the mother and toddler groups to the active retirement group, as well as providing hot desks and remote working facilities

9th October, 2021
Community hub keeps locals connected to each other and the world
Roy Kavanagh, chairman of Ballinkillen Community Hub with Helen Ryan, economic development officer, Local Enterprise Office and councilor Fintan Phelan, cathaoirleach of Carlow County Council

Our community centre is the centre of our universe, Roy Kavanagh, chairperson, Ballinkillen Community Hub in Co Carlow, said. “It is now a remote working hub too, where locals can work from one of the hot desks.”

Ballinkillen Community Hub was constructed in 1978 and the space enables residents to be offered improved access to services, as well as a place to meet, get support or learn something new. More than four decades...

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