Belfast Telegraph

Omagh Folk Park welcomes new social enterprise cafe

Pictured (L-R) at the opening of the new Loaf Café at the Ulster American Folk Park in Omagh are Diane Hill, Head of Business Development, NOW Group; Moira Doherty, Deputy Secretary Engaged Communities, Department for Communities; Kathryn Thomson, Chief Executive, National Museums NI and Miceal McCoy, Chairman, National Museums NI.
Pictured (L-R) at the opening of the new Loaf Café at the Ulster American Folk Park in Omagh are Diane Hill, Head of Business Development, NOW Group; Moira Doherty, Deputy Secretary Engaged Communities, Department for Communities; Kathryn Thomson, Chief Executive, National Museums NI and Miceal McCoy, Chairman, National Museums NI.

BY STAFF REPORTER

social enterprise Loaf Catering has opened a new cafe at the Ulster American Folk Park, Tyrone.

Loaf, which supports people with learning difficulties and autism get into employment, is part of the NOW Group.

Kathyrn Thomson, chief executive of National Museums NI, which operates the folk park, said: "We look forward to working with the award-winning team at Loaf Catering and to see the real difference partnerships such as this have on the lives of the people who participate in the training and employment programmes facilitated by NOW Group."

Loaf Catering operates two Belfast cafes, as well as Loaf Pottery in Crawfordsburn, Co Down.

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