Cavan/Monaghan Fianna Fáil TD Brendan Smith welcomes funding approved which is part of the government’s July stimulus package.
“This first tranche of funding announced under the enhanced Town and Village Renewal Scheme recognises the need to support rural businesses and communities to rebuild in response to COVID-19. I compliment the local community groups on their initiative in seeking these grants which will support their important work”, stated Deputy Brendan Smith.
|Cavan||Cootehill||Marketing strategy and development of web portal to enable online selling in Cootehill|
|Cavan||Killeshandra||Health and safety improvements at Community Centre, Loop Walk Enhancements, seating and footpath cleaning|
|Cavan||Kilnaleck||Install canopy on Astro turf sports facility for sports, social and cultural events|
|Cavan||Swanlinbar||Creation of outdoor area for community hub including BBQ area and bike rentals to improve tourist offering|
|Monaghan||Ballybay||Provision of outdoor seating and an Age Friendly Business Promotion campaign|
|Monaghan||Carrickmacross||Provision of Band stand canopy, seating and picnic benches adjacent to Civic Office, and an Age Friendly business promotion|
|Monaghan||Castleblayney||Provision of Public information digital notice board, walking trails map, public seating and picnic benches in Lough Muckno Park and Mindszenty Park, and an Age Friendly business promotion|
|Monaghan||Clones||Provision of outdoor seating within Clones town centre, along with an Age Friendly business promotion|
|Monaghan||Monaghan Town||Large screen for town centre events, pop-up canopies, seating (mobile), green space set up at Courthouse Square and Town centre marketing promotion activity|