Cuilcagh Cafe Charity Event

Pic taken from The Celt today and represents half the donations raised from Cuilcagh Cafe Charity Event              on 29 December 2018.

Thanks to all who donated time, effort and money to make this possible.

The Simon Community received the other half of the donations.

Carols in the Village

Swanlinbar has traditionally always held a Christmas Carol Service shared alternately between the two Churches; St Marys and St Augustines.  This year Carols in the Village was led by St Marys and located in Trivia House.  A newly formed young peoples choir comprising children from Florencecourt PS; St Nialls, Kinawley and Schoil Mhuirn performed two…

Cross Border Crafting ladies

Finding our Way Project is funded through the International Fund for Ireland and allows Swanlinbar Development Assocation to deliver its vision of building better relationships with our neighbours accross the border. On Tuesday 4 December as part of this programme a group of ladies from Ely Centre visited Trivia House and Finding our Way participants…

Santa Sunday

This year Santa Sunday featured a name and adopt an elf competition.  The winning names were Tinsel, Icicles and Carol and once named these elves found new homes.  Santa gave out gifts to the kids and the village lights were turned on.  Happy Christmas to all !

Titanic Trip – Peace IV Funding

Summer 2018 saw a group of children from the border areas of Co Cavan and Co Fermanagh come together to perform a piece based on the Titanic. On 1 November 2018 they continued these new friendships at a fun trip to the Titanic Centre enjoying workshops on My Friend Bear, My Grandads Piece Tin and…

Halloween Howler

The Halloween Howler on Friday 2 November was great fun giving an insight into the wonderful sport of orienteering. Huge thanks to all who turned out to participate, International Fund for Ireland, Fermanagh Orienteers for facilitating, Foroige and Kinawley Community Centre for decorations, Trish for food, Swanlinbar Development Association Committee, people from the village who…

Cuilcagh Cafe – Closed for Winter Break

Cuilcagh Cafe is now closed for a ‘Winter Break’ with the intention of reopening sometime in the new year. Please keep an eye out on our Facebook page for various pop up events that will be taking place in our Café during the winter break. A sincere word of thanks to all the local people who supported us…