Prosper Meath is to open a brand new centre in the heart of Trim that will provide day service supports to adults with disabilities in the area.
A spokesperson for Proper Meath said: “We have been very fortunate to have found temporary accommodation for our services in Trim over the last few years, but our service users deserve a bespoke building that will enable them to be as independent as possible.
“This new building will be accessible for everyone, it has wide open spaces that are wheelchair accessible, but it also has cosy spaces for clients to use when they need a break from the busyness of the day centre.
“We needed a building that has lots of room and with the large garden to the rear we are really lucky to have found a space in the heart of the town.
“Many members of the community in Trim have always supported us, we have had lovely neighbours in High Street and Haggard Street and already we have made new friends on Emmet Street. We are very excited about the new building and can’t wait to move in as soon as possible!”