Women's centre still needs around £25,000 to guarantee future

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First Steps, Dungannon.

by Gillian McDade

First Steps Women’s Centre in Dungannon still needs around £25,000 to £30,000 to guarantee survival until next year.

The centre is at risk of having its services cut. There is also the possibility that the centre may have to close.

It provides a range of educational and training services for disadvantaged women.

Chief Executive of the centre Michael McGoldrick says it would be a shame if the government's voluntary group funding was axed:

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