Annaghdown area related posts and information articles by Sean Canney TD for the constituency of Galway East in the West of Ireland.
I welcome the allocation of funding to community centres to improve facilities. In all 21 community centres will benefit from the funding. “Works to be supported include extensions to existing centres, provision of meeting rooms, [...]
I welcome the Additional Outdoor Infrastructure Fund total of € 501,000 being allocated to Galway County Council under the Additional Outdoor Infrastructure Fund (2021). “This funding is being allocated for the 2021 calendar year” “The [...]
I am delighted that a range of Galway East heritage projects have been allocated a total of €52,500 in funding under the Built Heritage Investment Scheme for 2020. Our built heritage is an important resource [...]
"On behalf of myself and my family, a sincere Thank You to the people of Galway East for re-electing me to represent them in Dail Eireann for the coming five years. I will do my [...]
A thank you for the reception we received on the doors and a promise of continuing hard work if I am re-elected.
A reminder that the deadline for voter registration for the General Election is Wednesday January 22. If you have changed address or a new voter you can use checktheregister.ie to check if you are registered. [...]
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I wish everyone a peaceful, prosperous and healthy New Year. I look forward to working with you all in 2020. My constituency office will re-open on the 6th Jan. Please feel free to contact me [...]
I am urging community and voluntary groups in Galway East to apply for funding under the Community Support Scheme 2020.
With news that high-speed broadband coming to every home in Ireland under the National Broadband Plan, it is a timely reminder that there are opportunities within the community for people to learn new digital skills.