Fermanagh and Omagh PEACEPLUS Consultation Process

Fermanagh and Omagh PEACEPLUS Partnership

Fermanagh and Omagh District Council has established a PEACEPLUS Partnership to oversee the effective development and implementation of a Local Community Peace Action Plan. The Partnership, formed in June 2022, is representative of communities across the district and includes Elected Members, Statutory representatives and Social Partners.

Working with a dedicated budget of €5.6 million under Investment Area 1.1 ‘Building Peaceful and Thriving Communities’, the Partnership is guiding the co-design process to identify local key priority projects that will promote peace and prosperity across the district.

Members of the PEACEPLUS Partnership are as follows: 

Elected Members 
Cllr Matthew Bell (Chair) Cllr Paul Robinson Cllr Adam Gannon
Cllr Errol Thompson Cllr Paul Blake Cllr John Coyle
Cllr Thomas O’Reilly Cllr Anthony Feely Cllr Glen Campbell
Cllr Patrick Withers Cllr Debbie Coyle Cllr Diana Armstrong
Cllr Josephine Deehan Cllr John McClaughry
Social Partners
Mr Barry Boyle, Fermanagh Rural Community Network (Vice Chair) Ms Margaret Martin Mr Rory O’Brien, Loughmacrory Community Development Association.
Ms Bridie McCullagh, Rouskey Community & Development Association Ms Eileen Drumm Mr Brendan McAleer, Dun Uladh, Omagh
Mr Conor Keys, Focus, Omagh Ms Mary T Conway, Omagh Forum for Rural Associations Mr Paul Dolan, Erne East Partnership Ltd, Oak Healthy Living Centre.
Ms Deirdre Timoney Ms Sonya Johnston, Fermanagh Trust, Fermanagh House Ms Maeve Donaghy, 21 Training
Ms Jenny Irvine, Arc Healthy Living Centre
Statutory Organisations
Western Health and Social Care Trust (WHSCT) Education Authority Youth Service Northern Ireland Housing Executive (NIHE)
Department for Agriculture, Environment and Rural Affairs (DAERA) Department for Communities (DfC)


The PEACEPLUS Consultation Process

The Peace team is coordinating a consultation process with the wider community to develop a PEACEPLUS Local Community Action Plan.  Stage 1 of the consultation process is complete with a number of public and online events taking place across the district in October/November 2022 alongside an online survey.  The events were very successful in terms of the level of engagement and local priorities identified both at DEA and district level.

The consultation process is ongoing and there is still time for local communities to get involved and share their views on the development of a PEACEPLUS Local Community Action Plan.   The stage 2 process will bring forward the key priorities identified at stage 1 and explore further potential project ideas/concepts.  Dates and times of the Stage 2 Consultation events are as follows;

  • Tuesday 21 February 2023 – Strule Arts Centre from 12.00pm to 2.00pm 
  • Wednesday 22 February 2023 – Online Meeting from 7.00pm to 8.30pm (zoom link to be issued)
  • Thursday 23 February 2023 – Fermanagh House from 12.00pm to 2.00pm 
  • Thursday 2 March 2023 – Online Meeting from 7.00pm to 8.30pm (zoom link to be issued)

* For in-person events there is no requirement to register your interest to attend and refreshments will be available.

* To register for the online event or require further information on the consultation process please contact as below.

Please refer to supporting document below on the consultation process and development of a PEACEPLUS Local Community Action Plan for Fermanagh and Omagh.


File Type Size Date
PEACEPLUS Action Plan pdf 3 MB 25th October 2022
Methods Of Contact
E-mail peace@fermanaghomagh.com
Telephone 0300 303 1777