24 October 2023

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€3.2m European tourism project to be launched in Furbo today

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€3.2m European tourism project to be launched in Furbo today

A 3.2 million euro European tourism project is being launched in Furbo this afternoon

The three-year programme will help small and medium-sized enterprises develop, and become more resilient and sustainable

Ireland is being joined by parties from Spain, Portugal, Denmark and Slovenia in the EU-funded scheme

Údarás na Gaeltachta’s Rónán Mac Con Iomaire will launch the project at the Connemara Coast Hotel today

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