Building Reconciliation and Enabling Diversity The Unheard Voices is a project aimed to engage marginalized women to build sustainable peace and prosperity in areas suffering from high levels of economic […]
The Creggan Showcases were a series of informal discussions featuring local people involved in a range of activities including sport, music, writng and teaching.
Launched in the Ráth Mór Centre in June 2014, the Guildhall Press publication 2013 – A Legenderry Year is a photographic review of Derry’s year in the limelight as the […]
Situated in the grounds of Ráth Mór complex, the Pat Mulkeen Memorial Community Garden was officially opened on 11 April 2014 by Pat’s daughter Laura. The garden, designed to be […]
Ráth Mór’s 50+ Club has been providing activities and staging events based out of the Ráth Mór Centre for the last decade.
Guildhall Press with the assistance of the Arts Council of N Ireland is providing a series of recreational writing courses at the Ráth Mor Centre.
The North West’s newest and best media training agency have established themselves in the Ráth Mór Business Centre.
A NI Children’s Hospice Shop has recently opened in the mall and stocks a range of second hand articles for sale.
A new florist has recently opened in the main mall. Little Petals specialise in elegant arrangements and wedding displays.
The official launch and opening of the new Oak Tree Centre located at the Ráth Mór Community Enterprise Complex.
A fun day to celebrate that more than £23 million in Lottery good cause grants has been pumped into communities across Derry City Council was held in the Ráth Mór Centre.
Creggan Enterprises today officially launched the Eastway Wall Art Project (EWAP), a major arts regeneration initiative designed to create a welcoming Gateway to Creggan Estate in Derry.
Creggan Enterprises announced its inaugural Revival Festival, organised to mark the 60th anniversary of Creggan and the completion of its new Business Centre.
CEL and Guildhall Press launch the Revival Gallery, sponsored by Arts & Business NI.
Ráth Mór welcomed Emmerdale’s Chastity Dingle to help celebrate the Revival Festival in 2008.
New Business Centre opened and ready for use in the Ráth Mór Complex.
CEL’s Thumb Print participants graduate into employment or further education in 2007.
CEL’s THUMB PRINT participants have completed their Induction Training and are now placed in employment with local employers.
Creggan Enterprises Limited (CEL) has received recognition for its role as a successful, innovative and sustainable community enterprise.