Past, Present & Future
1963 – Present Day
Limavady High School opened its doors in 1961 and the Youth Club opened in 1963.Some forty-six years and four leaders later the club is as it stands today.
The Club was first opened and run by Mr Austin for a period of 3 years.Mr Green (vice-principal) was his replacement and stayed in post for 4 years.Yet another vice-principal took over the reigns, although for a much longer period of time – 34 years to be precise.His name was Mr Robinson and so successful he was that he was given recognition by the Queen in 2000 for Services to Youth in the form of an MBE.A photographic record of this momentous event sits proudly in the foyer of Limavady High School.
Following Mr Robinson’s retirement in 2004, Mr Mornin took over under the official title of Youth and Community Tutor, and remains in post to this day.
At present the club operate 3 evenings per week, Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday as well at the weekends to facilitate the Football Club.There are 15 groups which roughly equates to just over 300 members.
1963 – 197310 years
1973 – 198320 years
1983 – 199330 years
1993 – 200340 years
2003 – 201350th Anniversary