South East Fermanagh Foundation (SEFF) is based in the Manderwood Industrial Estate, Lisnaskea and offers the following services to the innocent victims and survivors of terrorism and ‘other Troubles related criminal violence.’
The organisation is also involved in a range of community outreach initiatives designed to best facilitate a confident, thriving local community.
In the coming days the group will celebrate its’ 20th Anniversary since formation. The group was formed on the day of the Omagh Bomb, 15th August 1998.
In marking this significant milestone a range of events are planned for the week of the Anniversary as follows which will showcase SEFF’s work as a provider of services for victims/survivors but also the broader community.
The base for the Exhibition will be The Archdale Hall Complex, Main Street. Lisnaskea and will run from 12pm – 5.30pm each day with extended hours on the Tuesday and Wednesday through until circa 9pm.
Personnel across the various services will be present at the exhibition throughout the full week. Refreshments will be available to those visiting the Exhibition throughout the week.
Monday 13th August 2018
12pm – 12.30pm – Launch of Exhibition
12.30pm – 1pm – Presentation on Welfare Service
2pm – 4pm – Taster complementary therapy sessions provided by Sandra Johnston
2pm – 3pm – Presentation on Befriending and Morning SEFF Calling Services (including short Film)
3pm – 4.30pm – Presentation on Health and Wellbeing Caseworker service and facilitated discussion
Counselling and Complemetary Therapy service info will also be included in the Exhibition.
Tuesday 14th August 2018
1pm – 2pm – Presentation on SEFF’s Advocacy service
2pm – 5pm – Facilitated workshops from Glencree Peace and Reconciliation Centre
7pm – 9pm – SEFF’s 20th Anniversary Service of Remembrance and Thanksgiving facilitated by Rev Alan Capper and Rev Alan Irwin followed by Supper
Wednesday 15th August 2018
10am – 11am – Briefing on SEFF’s work in supporting victims/survivors
11am – 1.30pm – Facilitated Border Trail of south Fermanagh (via Bus transport)
1.30pm – 5pm – Showcasing other SEFF Justice, Truth and Accountability work with personnel available to talk to visitors coming to the Hall.
7pm – 9pm – Presentation and discussion on Northern Ireland Office Legacy Consultation proposals
Thursday 16th August 2018
12pm – 2pm – Come along and learn about SEFF’s work with young people as well as our Community Allotments Project and our contribution to Good Relations within the local and wider community.
2pm – 5.30pm – Afternoon Tea and Social event facilitated by The FACT Project (for over 60’s) and there will also be folk dancing facilitated by Marie Phelan.
Please contact the SEFF office on: (028) 6772 3884 if you would wish to attend the South Fermanagh Border Trail or have queries around any other event planned that week.
SEFF contact details: 1 Manderwood Park. 1 Nutfield Road, Lisnaskea. County Fermanagh. BT92 0FP