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Killen Community Residents Group


Charity no. 109132 Date registered. 30/09/2022

Public benefits

The direct benefits are that we develop community cohesion to prevent social isolation. We enable residents to come together and work together and thereby take a pride in both who they are and where they live and once a year to celebrate with our annual community festival. They are demonstrated by the number of people who get involved both in

the organisation and in the practical work of the group. They are also demonstrated by the overall appearance of our community environment and the numbers participating in the festival. They can be further demonstrated by the feedback we get from residents. There is no harm arising from our purposes. All of the residents living within the Killen community There is no private benefit flowing from our purposes

What your organisation does

We try to be the voice of the community, from becoming established we improved the playpark, speed ramps, led lighting improvements, alterations to footways, Speed limit reduced, River clean up, Community Fun-Day events, Bus shelter, supported the elderly. Dog fouling stations and rubbish bins. We will support to the best of our ability at all

times, We need public/statuary bodies to work with us otherwise we would not be meeting or charity aims Each member is a volunteer who offers there time to better enhance the local community.

The charity’s classifications

  • The advancement of citizenship or community development

Who the charity helps

  • Children (5-13 year olds)
  • Community safety/crime prevention
  • General public
  • Mental health
  • Older people
  • Voluntary and community sector
  • Volunteers

How the charity works

  • Community development
  • Environment/sustainable development/conservation
  • General charitable purposes
  • Rural development
  • Volunteer development

Charitable purposes

Promote the benefit of the inhabitants of the Killen area and its environs (herein described as the area of benefit) without distinction of age, disability, gender, race, political, religious or other opinion, by association with the statutory authorities, voluntary organisations and inhabitants in a common effort to advance education and community development and to provide activities in the interest of social welfare for recreation or other leisure time occupation, with the object of improving the conditions of life for the said inhabitants.

Governing document


Other name

  • 8 Trustees
  • 0 Employees
  • 0 Volunteers

Contact details

Public address

  • Killen Community Residents Group, 10 Lakeview Park Killen, Coalisland, Dungannon, County Tyrone, BT71 5DL

Trustee board

Mr Kevin-Anthony O'neill
Pavel Stecenko
Danielle Rooney
Eamon O'leary
Ann Forbes
Shauna Duke
Mrs Martina Coyle
Miss Janice Vaz

List of regions

  • Mid Ulster District Council