19 June 2024

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Over €103,000 announced for Battle of Aughrim visitor centre planning

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Over €103,000 announced for Battle of Aughrim visitor centre planning

The Battle of Aughrim visitor centre is to get €103,000 in funds for its visitor centre.

Galway County Council will receive €103,200 towards creating a detailed design of a upgraded visitor experience for the site near Ballinasloe.

The funds will also be used to carry out a feasibility study and concept development.

The grant comes from the first round of the EU Just Transition Fund which is carried out in Ireland through the Regenerative Tourism Scheme co-run by the government and the EU.

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