Beepark Tenants

Bee Park Resource Centre provides Manorhamilton and North Leitrim in general with an integrated focus for Community services and facilities. It is the home for a variety of organisations, their staff and clients offering an excellent environment from which these needs are met.





National Learning Network (formerly called NTDI) is Ireland’s largest non-Government training organisation with more than 50 purpose built training and employment facilities catering for around 4,500 students each year.

Address: Bee Park Resource Centre, Manorhamilton, Co. Leitrim
Tel: 071 91 45391
Fax: 071 98 56656

North Leitrim Men’s Group

beepark-north-lietrim-mens-group-logoFriendship, Unity, Strength! North Leitrim Men’s Group aims to improve the quality of life of the large number of single rural men aged 35 – 65 living in North Leitrim. Visit North Leitrim Men’s Group on their website.


Leitrim Vocational Education Committee

Address: Bee Park Community Centre, Manorhamilton, Co. Leitrim
Tel: 071 98 56220
Fax: 071 98 56050

Tiny Toppers Pre-school Play group

The Tiny Toppers Pre-school Play group is a group of 3-5 year old children exploring, discovering and adjusting socially through a play environment under the guidance of responsible adults who are aware of the needs of the pre-school child. Find out more here.

Tiny Hearts Community Crèche and Playschool

Tiny Hearts Community crèche and playschool is a new purpose built facility in the Bee Park Resource centre. This Creche is community based and is a government funded project. Find out more here.

Sean Mc Dermott Boxing Club

Sean Mc Dermott Boxing Club was founded in 1941 and is one of the oldest Community organisations in Manorhamilton. Find out more here.

North Leitrim Women’s Centre

North-Leitrim-Womens-CentreNorth leitrim Women’s Centre are committed to addressing the needs of women through the provision of information, training and education and the development of support services in our Women’s Centre in our local community. Find out more here.


North West S.T.O.P.(suicide, teach, organise, prevent)

stop-suicide-groupThe S.T.O.P. group was founded under tragic circumstances when the McTernan, Kearins and Fallon families all came together having lost a family member to suicide. The group attempt to highlight the issue of suicide and people who are suicidal.
The group which is entirely voluntary, run the STOP Bereavement Group which caters for people in Sligo, Leitrim, Longford, Roscommon, Cavan, Mayo and Northern Ireland.

Address: Bee Park Resource Centre, Manorhamilton, Co. Leitrim
Tel: 071 98 55005
Fax: 071 98 56656

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