The Millennium Centre was closed to the public during the restrictions but continued to coordinate the ‘meals on wheels’ initiative while the Caherconlish Caherline Community Council were operating in the background. The past 15 months have seen a feasibility study of the Tennis Club grounds progressed but more significantly the objective to ‘go green’ has become a reality. The project has been in development for over 4 years and the final stages of the transformation of the Millennium Centre were completed in early May. Now we need your help to reduce the financial burden this has placed on the Millennium Centre and have some fun with a fundraising lotto. The primary goal of this lottery syndicate is to raise funds for the energy upgrade. The project shows what can be achieved by working together, and how strong our community spirit is!
The Millennium Centre will now be able to generate most of its own electricity requirements, following the installation of a bank of PV solar panels on the roof of the centre. All lighting in the building has been switched to more energy-efficient LEDs. An air curtain has been installed at the main entrance, to reduce heat loss, and all cavity walls have been pumped with insulation.
This lotto syndicate will provide a means where-by our community can come together once more as a collective, raise some funds to facilitate the centre getting back on its feet, and hopefully have a little fun along the way.
You never know, we may win big!
Follow this link for more information and to pay online - https://www.caherconlish.net/lotto-rules
Monies can also be paid directly to the syndicate managers, in person at the Millennium Centre, on Friday of each of the 4 more collection weeks (11/6/21, 18/6/21, 25/6/21 and 2/7/21), between 10 am-2 pm and 6-8 pm.
Best of luck to everyone.