A total of 26 participated in this trip, ages ranging from 5 - 25. A fun day was had by all.
20 youth members in total travelled to Alton Towers for a weekend. Everyone thoroughly enjoyed it. FMO returned this Oct (2012) to Alton Towers. 30 youth altogether availed of this trip. Our youth structure has considerably grown over the last year.
Coffee mornings now run twice a month - one Thursday and one Saturday. This is to ensure everyone can have an opportunity to drop in when they are in the town, off work etc. We aim to run activities alongside the coffee mornings such as guest speakers, crafts, jewellery sales and so on.
The training was carried out by Breakthru, a cross community drug and alcohol organisation. The training was informative and well delivered. It involved interactive activities such as beer goggles and role play.
Aiden and Orlagh Skelton from Omagh, who sadly lost their aunt in the Omagh bombing in 1998, were accepted onto Project Common Bond in 2011. They travelled to America on the 22nd July for 10 days. Families Moving On have been the key player in facilatating this.
FMO organise regular Bread Making session where members young and old can gather and have fun creating some delicious breads and cakes.