Respond Housing Association held an event in Waterford this week as part of the charity’s 30th Anniversary celebrations this year. Over 200 gathered for a family fun day from four estates in Waterford; Killure Grove, Killure Manor, Ashbrook Crescent and Ursuline Mews. The festivities concluded with the presentation of FETAC Certificates in Family Studies to Respond residents and staff. Waterford hurler Tony Browne was on hand to welcome guests and make the certificate presentation.
Respond Housing Association held two events in Cork recently to mark the official openings of the Bridgefield Close estate in Curraheen, Cork City and the Carraig Liath / Ros na Coille estate in Midleton, Co Cork. The two estates provide more than 110 homes for those with housing needs in both communities. The official openings included a plaque unveiling ceremony in Curraheen by Minister for Agriculture, Food and Marine, Simon Coveney, T.D., Cork City Mayor John Buttimer, Councillor Derry Canty and a family celebration day and ribbon cutting ceremony by Cork County Mayor Barbara Murray in Midleton.