The building can be described as a community centre for people with disability. It is Cairde Le Cheile’s desire that the building would become a hub for numerous social activities for people with disability. Integration is key to the success in ensuring that people with disability are not isolated. First and foremost the facilities are available for people with disability, however we have a strong desire to have mixed activity, and to have other groups using the building. We believe that this is integration at it’s best, as it is done on the terms of the people with disabilities.

Poppyseed Bakery

Offers Fresh food daily and is open to the public. Can follow the Poppyseed bakery on facebook, at the following link; frequented in the main by staff from St Conals Hospital, and Town Park visitors. This restaurant is also used by groups who avail of the other facilities available within the old church, those using meeting rooms, courses, sports, etc. Clients from the Sean O’Hare Unit, Stranorlar, St Bernadette’s Special School, and Little Angels Special School also use the facilities for social integration purposes. The poppyseed also employ three people with disabilities.

Sports Hall

We have a sports hall available with a lined basketball court (not competition size). It can also be used for indoor football training, pilates, yoga etc.

Games Room

Board room is used for meetings, training courses and classes.

Board Room

Board room is used for meetings, training courses and classes.

Multi-Purpose Room

Multi-Purpose Function Room, is a larger room suitable for a variety of different activities.