A new hub for young people in Ennis

A new hub for young people in Ennis

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David Naughton, David Fenniman, Kevin Dormer, Kat Urbikaite, Benedict Wyatt, Mike Gavin.
David Naughton, David Fenniman, Kevin Dormer, Kat Urbikaite, Benedict Wyatt, Mike Gavin.

Ennis’ Hub Cafe reopens on Saturday November 19th and hopes to offer a fresh, relaxed atmosphere.

Aimed at young people aged 18-25, the Hub Cafe wants to serve as a place to unwind, chat, listen to music, play games and enjoy some coffee while making new friends.

Clare Youth Service is very happy to see the facility reopen on Saturday. The team of volunteers have worked very hard in preparing the venue in getting in renovated. Ben Wyatt is one of the volunteers and he told The Clare Herald “Our communal space is the perfect place to meet new people and enjoy great coffee”.

Live music will be provided from Limerick musician Anna’s Anchor and James Gormley who is based in Inagh. Eamonn Lodge from Clare Youth Service will also deliver an interactive drugs and alcohol awareness session.

An exciting range of activities are planned for the winter at the Hub such as live gigs, yoga sessions and digital media training courses.

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