‘Let each of us look not only to his own interests, but also to the interests of others’

Welcome to the Ely Centre!

The Ely Centre is a Registered Charity specialising in the provision of multi-disciplinary support services for civilians, security force personnel and their families, who have experienced bereavement and injury as a result of the “Troubles in Fermanagh and Tyrone.

The Ely Centre is committed to serving innocent victims and survivors, ex service personnel, their families and carers by providing evidenced based outcome focused treatments, prevention and support services that address issues of declining psychological, physical health, social and financial difficulties arising as a result of terrorism.

The Organisation formed by relatives of the bereaved and injured of 1987 Enniskillen Poppy Day Bomb  which claimed the lives of 12 innocent civilians and injured scores more, has over the last three decades developed into a proven centre of excellence in providing care and support for victims of terrorism and their families.

Become a Member of The Ely Centre

Registration is Free and Easy

Click on the following link, Print off and Complete the Registration form and, leave it into our offices, email it for covenience  or post it back to us,

 Download Membership Form PDF

Sessional Opportunity

Health and Well Being Receptionist

Closing Date 1pm Friday 9th February

Download Health and Well Being Receptionist Role Pack 

Download  Equal Opportunities and Monitoring Form 



As an injured RUC officer, I was suspicious, even reluctant to undergo counselling. I knew that I needed it but knew nothing about what to expect. I’m glad I made the decision to go; I know its really helping me, it’s a long road but I am coping so much better now. .

I recommend counselling to anyone feeling down or depressed particularly around the anniversary of loved ones. For me it really provides me with extra strength and support when I really need it most .

I was seriously injured in an IRA bomb and I find that the physical therapies really ease the pain and help me relax more. They are becoming more and more of a lifeline for me as I get older.

Having experienced and caring people managing my welfare and benefit concerns I know that I don’t have to worry.

I can unwind and be myself, the team have all been affected one way or another by the troubles and these experiences help them to provide the help for others who have been affected.

Superb counselling for PTSD.

review by Army Veteran

They have helped me in so many ways, from being there for me when I need someone to listen to helping me get the financial support which I need.

I love the social activities, and the days away together as these are a chance for me to meet with old friends and colleagues with whom we experienced so much together”.