Despite its significant population and size, Culmore has not benefitted from the investment in services and community development that other areas have enjoyed. The area is in need of core community and rural services, sport and play provision, economic investment, and the development of community facilities and spaces.
The objects of the Charity shall be the promotion for the public benefit of urban and rural regeneration in the Culmore area of Derry City and its environs (the “area of benefit”), without distinction of age, gender, sexual orientation, disability/ability, race, political, religious or other opinion, by association the statutory authorities, voluntary organisations and the inhabitants in a common effort with the object of improving the conditions of life for the said inhabitants, Culmore Community Partnership seeks to create a Culmore that is inclusive and cohesive; offers access to quality community spaces and programmes; is connected to the City and its neighboring areas. Our premises, Culmore Community Hub (formerly Victoria Hall), will be established as a unique venue for community activities for local youth, seniors, families and entrepreneurs , promoting local crafts, produce, sports, arts, culture, heritage and music.
If you would like to find out how to become an Associate Member of Culmore Community Partnership please read our Charter of Membership then complete the application form.
Criteria for Membership
Associate Members are supporters, donors or volunteers who do not have any constitutional roles. They form an integral part of our Charity; their opinions and participation are important to CCP however Associate Members do not have voting rights. Associate Membership is limited to:-
*You need to be minimum three years as an active member of CCP if you wish to become or propose a Trustee to the Board.
In seeking to deliver its vision, Culmore Community Partnership will:
Culmore Community Partnership’s Guiding Principles are:
This project was part funded under Priority 6 (LEADER) of the Northern Ireland Rural Development Programme 2014-2020 by the Department of Agriculture, Environment and Rural Affairs and the European Union