€1.4M Granted To Midlands Community Centres

The funding comes as part a national €33 million grant, the largest capital investment to community centres

Midlands community centres are set to benefit from a massive €1.4m investment.

The funding comes as part of a national €33 million grant, allocated to nearly 300 facilities.

Offaly will receive the most in the region by far, at €705,000.

Laois will be allocated €427,000, and Westmeath are in line to benefit from €376,000.

St. Joseph's Parish Hall in Rochfortbridge will receive the largest single investment in the region, with €300,000 allocated to the facility.

Longford Westmeath TD Peter Burke says it'll facilitate much-needed upgrades at the centre:

LAOIS

Treo Nua Company Limited By Guarantee - €87,817.05
Portarlington Union of Parishes - €29,859.00
Clonaslee Community Development Association Limited - €46,293.65
Killeshin Community Centre CLG - €143,914.25
Errill Vision Group CLG - €119,300.00

OFFALY

Moneygall Community Hall - €25,000.00
Midlands Regional Youth Service Company Limited By Guarantee - €100,000.00
Shinrone Development DAC - €32,283.88
Birr Development Company Limited By Guarantee - €95,000.00
Kilcormac Development Association - €98,418.62
Rhode Parish Enterprise Association Company Limited By Guarantee - €54,339.55

Killeigh Community Centre Development Association Company Limited By Guarantee - €300,000.00

WESTMEATH

Comhaltas Ceoltóirí Éireann - Moate - €76,810.31
Rochfortbridge Community Centre Company Ltd - €300,000.00

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