Donna Bannon Sliab=h Beagh Arts Cordinateor
Donna Bannon, Sliabh Beagh Arts Coordinator

Where we work and how we came to be

When Sliabh Beagh Arts was first commissioned, it was a sub-section or child of, lets it was the artistic wing of the Sliabh Beagh Development Association. Phew, that's a long name, why don't we just refer to it as SBDA from now on,  does that help? . . . Anyway, The SBDA was a committee which started with approximately 28 civic minded  who were brought together to to help generate unity in the then VERY divided communities. The various communities were divided by sectarian, political, financial and border issues. The group received funding from the Peace Process I, II, III and IV to successfully help the area. SBDA successfully created The Sliabh Beagh Walks, and they played a part in the Sliabh Beagh Hotel & Tourism Centre and many other projects all of which have become self sufficient parts of the Sliabh Beagh area both today and into the future

With wounds healing, time passing and funding for that civic process disappearing the SBDA was liquidated in 2016. But The Arts Section of SBDA was still a strong creative and viable section of the Association. So several volunteers, Janie Crone, Anita Conlon and Noel Maguire agreed to manage the artistic group and with a magic wand "Sliabh Beagh Arts" became it's own thing. We are lead by Donna Bannon and are partially funded by the Arts Council of Northern Ireland for some of the educational and community art work we do. Otherwise we are a Not for Profit/Charity organisation. 

Donations

We occasionally run fundraising events and notify all  on our Facebook and events pages. We are of course happy to accept any donations for the artistic community work we do (PayPal Link) (Stripe Link)

Donagh Community

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Adrumsee Community

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Rosslea Community

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The Knocks Community

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The Share Centre

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Sliabh Beagh, The Area

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Cooneen 

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About Sliabh Beagh

Sliabh Beagh Arts are an independent arts organisation based in the lakeland district. We are premammillary a community based group who educate, initiate and promote music, art, sculpture, dance and performance of all kinds.

Get in Touch!

Telephone: (028) 6775 1989
Email: info@sliabhbeagh.org
Website: www.sliabhbeagh.org
Corranny Studio, Corranny,
Roslea, Co Fermanagh.
Northern Ireland BT92 7BS