Corofin area related posts and information articles by Sean Canney TD for the constituency of Galway East in the West of Ireland
I recently hosted a meeting on the hill of Knockma to consider future plans for one of the fastest growing tourist attractions in the Tuam area.
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.
Three Galway East projects are to receive a total of €47,920 from the Outdoor Recreation Infrastructure Scheme administered by my department, the Department of Community and Rural Development. Gort River Walk Development Group and Gort [...]
Shop Local - Black Friday is a timely reminder of the importance of shopping local.
Fourteen Galway East schools are to receive grants from the Department of Education under the €30 million Summer Works scheme. The scheme is focussed on specialist improvements with a particular emphasis on Climate Action. These [...]
I visited Sylane Hurling Club facility to see at first hand the progress being made on their new facility The Club received funding from the 2017 Capital Sports Grants. Great to see public money being [...]
The €3 billion contract for the National Broadband Plan has been signed, paving the way for the transformation of Rural Ireland as a place in which to work and live.
Thirty six sports clubs and community associations in Galway East are to receive a total of €1,448,253 in Sports Capital Grants.
As Minister for Rural Affairs, I am delighted to announce that four Galway East projects are to receive €100,000 each for major renewal schemes.
Minister of State Seán Canney T.D. has today received confirmation that the Department of Education have allocated additional funding to St. Coleman’s NS Cummer Corofin for the replacement of windows.