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PEACE funding for 4Cs Derryveagh cultural project

The recent round of funding under the ‘PEACE IV’ programme saw Pobail le Chéile secure a grant to deliver a cross-community and cross-border community project exploring the shared (and different) traditions, stories and songs of the Protestant and Catholic communities and to use creative and artistic approaches to involve a wide cross-section of local individuals and groups.
The project is called 4Cs Derryveagh – the four ‘Cs’ standing for Cross Community Cultural Collaboration! The Derryveagh name is in recognition of the one thing everyone from Creeslough to Gortahork shares in common – the mountainous landscape from Muckish to Errigal – the Derryveagh Mountains. The grant will be of benefit to many local groups because the lead partner – Pobail le Chéile – will be looking for participants to attend story and song workshops, exchange memories of their changing lives here and also travel to Belfast to meet similar groups interested in history, culture and community. Over the next month or two Paul Kernan and the new PEACE IV project worker Tara Gallagher will be visiting groups and talking to people about the project and the plans we have to discover more about ourselves and our neighbours, celebrate our similarities and differences and hopefully have some fun along the way! If you would like to get involved in the project or find out more, email Paul at or Tara at or ring on 086 084 1433. We are looking for story-tellers, singers and people’s memories of life as it changed through the years… The project covers the Derryveagh district – from Creeslough to Gortahork.

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