Monivea area related posts and information articles by Sean Canney TD for the constituency of East Galway in the West of Ireland
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.
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 [...]
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.
Great occasion with speeches from the Principal Joanne Geoghegan, Archbishop Michael Neary, chair of the Board of Management Adrian Hovenden and contractor Pat Loftus.
Great news that two Galway East groups are to receive funding for vital health support services from my Department, the Department of Rural and Community Development. Under Measure 3 of the CLÁR fund, which is [...]
I am very pleased that the Department of Culture, Heritage and the Gaeltacht has announced a total of €15,500 in funding for small festivals and summer schools in Galway. The allocations are designed to help [...]
Community organisations and groups should be aware that applications to Galway County Council under the Community Involvement in Roadworks Scheme are now open. The scheme is designed to support residents and local groups who are [...]