Services in Fahan, Culdaff and Bree will cease from Monday 27th August.
It follows the closure during the week of the St Johnston clinic.
Cllr Jack Murray has expressed his outrage at the closures saying “This is another vital service to be withdrawn from rural Inishowen.
“The cessation of the services in Fahan, Culdaff and Bree is a huge blow to these local communities and will also cause further strain to the remaining services in Buncrana, Moville and Malin.
“The withdrawal of these services should be viewed in the wider context of recent cuts to the citizens information service in Buncrana. Our constituency office in which is a few doors down from their centre witnessed a huge rise in the number of people calling to us in the wake of cuts to their opening hours.
“We now expect many more people in need to call to our doors having been abandoned by the Social Protection Minister.
He added that rather than increase supports for the unprecedented number of unemployed young people in the peninsula, the Department of Social Protection is making it even more difficult for them to seek advice and get back into employment.
“As there is little or no public transport in most parts of Inishowen, this decision will make it harder if not impossible for many people to avail of the service.
“I will liaise with my colleague Pádraig Mac Lochlainn to do all in our power to put pressure on the Minister to abandon this destructive course of action.”Tags: