Crossfire Trust

Crossfire Trust

Crossfire Trust is a registered charity which cares for the physical, emotional and spiritual needs of the people, primarily in South Armagh, Northern Ireland.

The Trust was established in 1984 by four Trustees who had considerable experience volunteering in Crossmaglen and who wanted to develop further the links Ian Bothwell had made in the area since 1978.

At the height of 'The Troubles', Ian watched a TV documentary on the border town, Crossmaglen, which conveyed fear, isolation, community breakdown and the need for hope. In response to these scenes and the felt need, Ian travelled from his home at Tynan to remind the people of God and His love for them despite the religious and cultural barriers that existed between Tynan to Crossmaglen, and to convey ‘there is a God and He does love’.

Services

Added Value is our community shop.
Open to the public each Wednesday 10am to 5pm.

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Originally a development from the success of Worn Again, this social and practical input to society operates alongside Added Value, each Wednesday 10am – 5pm and sells household items to the public. Most of the furniture is delivered to Darkley House although some is collected on an organised collection trip.

Others services:

  • Cross Market
  • Darkley Club House
  • Supported Accommodation
  • Semi-Independent Living
  • Community Launderette
  • Community Gym
  • Community Lunch
  • Tunnel of Growth
  • Mega Mobile
  • Barbeque
  • Camps
  • Community Swim
  • Day Trips
  • Community Connections

Contact Details

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Address

Crossfire Trust
Darkley House
95 Darkley Road
Keady
Co Armagh
BT60 3AY
United Kingdom

Phone

028 3753 1636

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