17 June 2024

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Public meeting to outline timeline, design and cost for new community centre in Moycullen

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Public meeting to outline timeline, design and cost for new community centre in Moycullen

A public meeting will take place in Moycullen later this week to discuss a timeline for a new community centre for the area.

Earlier this year, Minister Heather Humphreys announced €6m for a new multi-functional community centre at Killarainy Woods.

It follows a tireless and long running local campaign that spans two decades.

The public meeting will provide information on the building design, size and layout, as well as cost, funding, and build timeline.

It takes place at Wildlands Moycullen this Friday (June 21st) at 6pm.

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