About Us

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About Us

The Knockmore Rathduff Economic and Social Development Company, operating as the Knockmore Rathduff Recreation and Resource Centre, was established in 2001 to provide services for the community.

 

Our Vision

Our vision is a community where all ages can live, work and enjoy various activities in a safe environment.

 

Our Mission

Our mission is to encourage and promote this vision by: assisting in the creation of a safe, friendly environment, working in partnership with voluntary groups within our community. We aim to encouraging individuals to participate in recreation activities in an alcohol free environment.

Some of the services we provide include:

  • Playschool
  • Hot meals (both delivery and in-house)
  • Business services (hot desks, office rental, conference rooms)
  • Full IT suite
  • Community Activities
  • Gym

 

Our Board

Our current board members are

  • Bernard Cumiskey (Chairperson)
  • Martina Gardiner (Secretary)
  • Beatrice Timlin (treasurer)
  • Gerry Walsh
  • Anne Clarke
  • John Horgan
  • Fr. Michael Flynn

All board members have signed up to our  Code of Conduct for Trustees

We are always looking for new board members, so please get in touch if you would be interested in joining us.

 

Our Staff

We currently have 7 members of staff in the Centre supported by a full time Manager. We also facilitate a number of government employment schemes such as Community Employment (CE), Rural Social Scheme (RSS) and Tus who provide us with a vital team of a further 7 staff. This is operated in conjunction with Mayo North East.

 

Governance

As a charity, registered with the Charities Regulatory Authority (20057275) and the Companies Registration Office (351401) all of our accounts are published and available for the public to access. Please click here for our 2019 Audited Accounts. While the charities regulator has advised that charities use SORP when completing their annual accounts, it is not yet mandatory and as yet we have not undertaken to do this. We aim to use SORP in our 2020 accounts.   

We are currently working toward implementing the Charities Governance Code and hope to be fully compliant by the end of 2020.

Knockmore Village Picnic Area with Nephin in background.