Minister Ring opens new section of Grand Canal Greenway in Offaly.
Completed project marks another link in coast-to-coast Greenway between Dublin and Galway
The Minister for Rural and Community Development, Michael Ring TD, today (Thursday) opened a new 4 km section of the Grand Canal Greenway in County Offaly. This stretch of the Grand Canal Greenway, which has been developed by Offaly County Council along with Waterways Ireland and local partners, takes the user from urban Tullamore to Ballycowan Bridge. The Department of Rural and Community Development has allocated funding to Offaly County Council for further extension of the greenway…Continue reading.
€15 million campus includes two new schools, new library, community sports hall and largest teacher resource centre in Ireland
Mr Michael Ring TD, Minister for Rural and Community Development, officially opened a new state-of-the-art library and Community Campus in Carrickphierish, Waterford City…Continue reading.
Project funded with €525,000 grant from Department of Rural and Community Development
The Minister for Rural and Community Development, Michael Ring TD, today opened the final section of the Royal Canal Greenway in Co Longford. The 6km stretch of greenway between Ballymahon and Killashee was built by Longford County Council using €525,000 allocated by Minister Ring through his Department’s Outdoor Recreation Infrastructure Scheme…Continue Reading.