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Somme Park residents and Lisneal pupils sharing skills

Residents of Somme Park, who took part in an Intergenerational Group project with the theme of 'The Life and Times of Somme Park and Lisneal' with pupils from Lisneal College earlier this year. 
Included, seated from left, are Sylvia Sheane, Doris Grieve, Ursula Bradley and Natalie McCloskey. Standing, from left, are Jane Bowman, Clanmill Housing, Dermot Duddy and Hugh Mahon. (DER0614PG055)

Residents of Somme Park, who took part in an Intergenerational Group project with the theme of 'The Life and Times of Somme Park and Lisneal' with pupils from Lisneal College earlier this year. Included, seated from left, are Sylvia Sheane, Doris Grieve, Ursula Bradley and Natalie McCloskey. Standing, from left, are Jane Bowman, Clanmill Housing, Dermot Duddy and Hugh Mahon. (DER0614PG055)

  • by Staff Reporter
 

Residents of the Somme Park sheltered housing complex at Altnagelvin earlier this year took part in an Intergenerational Group project with the theme of ‘The Life and Times of Somme Park and Lisneal.’

Residents teamed up with pupils from Lisneal College for the project - one of a number of collaborations. The co-operaion has also resulted in the production of a Digital Time Line and DVD with everyone contributing personal stories and highlights of their lives.

All involved enjoyed showcasing this to the rest of the school and to the residents. Residents also enjoyed weekly computer classes with students from the Lisneal College.

 
 
 

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