A sod cutting ceremony yesterday, 22 June 2023, officially marked the start of construction at the new state of the art Holy Trinity College in Cookstown, on which esc are Project Manager and Quantity Surveyor.
Archbishop Eamon Martin cut the sod, accompanied by Sinn Fein vice president Michelle O’Neill and Department of Education deputy permanent secretary John Smith.
When completed in June 2025, the school will cater for 1,300 pupils making it one of Northern Ireland’s most significant school projects in recent years.
Principal Isabel Russel said:
“We are delighted to finally break ground and begin working towards a new era of education here in Cookstown, thanks to the support from the Department of Education and Holy Trinity College Foundation.
The benefit to future generations who will come through our doors and make use of our improved facilities and resources thanks to those who’ve donated is immeasurable.”
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