Croom Community Development Association
Since 1988 Croom Community Development Association has worked in the town and its surrounding area to encourage and support the development of Croom. In the period since it’s inception, Croom has undergone some significant changes. CCDA has worked with Government agencies, charitable organisations, local development companies to bring about change and bridge gaps in service and facility provision, and to improve and enhance the attractiveness of the town.
Croom Community Development Association has worked in the town and its surrounding area since 1988
Our projects aim to enhance the town and its surrounds for the people of Croom
Board of Directors
The board comprises a selection of local representatives from designated localities
Membership of CCDA is a great way to show your support for the activities and efforts of the organization. Membership cost is €5.00
Croom Community Development Association is a charitable organisation whose purpose is to enhance the town of Croom for its residents. CCDA has undertaken several projects since 1988 to develop facilities and services for the community. Such projects include.
- Creation of the Community Hall and later the establishment of Croom Sports Centre
- The development of the Well Meadow in to the much loved Croom Town Park
- The creation of the Civic Centre and Riverside Restaurant
- Working with various agencies CCDA was the catalyst for Croom Community Enterprise Centre, which offers work space, offices and meeting rooms in the centre of Croom
Become a member of Croom Community Development Association
Members are often closest to the people we want to help, so by registering as a member we can keep you informed of our work and you can have an influence on the direction of the association. Membership also allows you to vote on motions at the AGM and on the elections of directors. To become a member please enquire by filling out the form. Membership cost €5 annually.