Dungannon (Rural) Locality Planning Group

The Rural Dungannon Locality group was established in November 2012 and covers the areas Augher, Clogher, Fivemiletown, Altmore, Ballygawley and Caledon. The group is made up of a broad range of community, statutory, and voluntary organisations alongside Councillors with the remit for children and young people in the area. The group aims to improve the outcomes for children and young people through a multiagency planning approach. The locality planning group is an ongoing process of engagement with children, young people and their families.

Learn more about locality groups
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The Dungannon-Rural LPG is part of the Southern outcomes group

Latest News & Events

The 1+1 Project Bilingual Mental Health Project- A collaborative Stronger Together Initiative for early intervention bilingual Mental Health Support that is being piloted in three areas across N.I: Dungannon (Portuguese / English) Ballymena/Ballymoney (Polish / English) Belfast Continue Reading →
Summer Activity Schemes – County Tyrone Area- The following Summer Activity Schemes are being held in the County Tyrone area in Clogher Valley Community Centre, The Molly and Mia Foundation, Eglish and Parochial Centre, Coalisland during July Continue Reading →
Family Fun Day-   Family Fun Day on Friday 8th May 2015 at Clonoe Community Centre from 2pm – 5pm.  Face Painting – Dance Workshop – Arts & Crafts – Nail Painting and Continue Reading →
Tooth Fairy Shares Dental Tips in Rural Dungannon- Tooth Fairy Shares Dental Tips in Rural Dungannon May 2014 The tooth fairy joined children, teachers, classroom assistants and parents to share dental tips and to highlight the importance of Continue Reading →
Tooth Fairy Event- Tooth Fairy Event May 2014 You are invited to join us at a Tooth Fairy Event organised by Rural Dungannon Locality Planning Group on Friday 9th May 2014 in Clogher Continue Reading →


Engagement with over 200 families and pupils from four local schools to highlight the range of support services available for people in the Rural Dungannon area. The need to raise awareness of family support services among rural communities in Dungannon was highlighted in the Rural Dungannon locality group action plan.

Recently the group hosted a visit from the Northern Ireland Commissioner for Children and Young People. The group were able to discuss the issues relating to children and young people in the Dungannon-Rural area.

Promotion of Oil Stamps

Parenting classes for parents in Clogher

Money management courses running at present



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