Callan House

This building was designed by R.G Mc Crum’s son William and built at a cost of £3,000. When it opened in 1914, it was a recreation centre for the people of Milford. It had a ballroom larger than that of Armagh City Hall. It had a cinema, ladies and gentlemen’s gymnasiums, a public Library and tea rooms. There is a caretaker’s house at the back.

It closed when the factory closed in 1980 and lay derelict for many years. It has now been restored by its current owners, Mairead and Gerard Mackle, it is now called Callan House – the head offices of Homecare Independent Living.

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