DDCP’s Weekly Blog, Thursday 9th July
IN THE NEWS
To watch Sunday’s Irish TV report from Derrygonnelly and Monea, click here.
Click here to read Invest NI’s analysis of how the HM Treasury’s ‘Summer Budget 2015’ will affect Northern Ireland.
Community Planning – We Want to Hear Your Views!
Fermanagh and Omagh District Council is leading a community planning process for the new district. This means that it will work in partnership with statutory agencies and the community, voluntary and business sectors to plan for and improve services that matter to local people, eg, arts, culture and heritage, education, employment, the environment, health and infrastructure.
It is important to us that local people get involved and have their say so that our new Community Plan is informed by local needs and priorities. Initial community meetings will take place on the following dates:
|Social issues (e.g. arts, culture & heritage, education, community safety, community support, health).|
|Wednesday 24 June||7:00 pm||South West College, Enniskillen or|
|Thursday 16 July||2:00 pm||Dromore Sports Centre, Dromore|
|Economic issues (e.g. local economy, employment, support for businesses, infrastructure)|
|Monday 22 June||7:00 pm||Omagh Leisure Complex or|
|Monday 27 July||2:00 pm||Castle Park Leisure Centre, Lisnaskea|
(e.g. natural resources, renewable energy, biodiversity)
|Monday 29 June||7:00 pm||Derrygonnelly Community Centre or|
|Wednesday 29 July||2:00 pm||Owenkillew Centre, Gortin|
A special meeting combining all three strands will take place on:
|Wednesday 29 July||7:00 pm||Bawnacre Centre, Irvinestown|
If you are interested in getting involved and want to receive information about these forthcoming events direct, please click here to register or contact Kim McLaughlin, Head of Community Planning and Performance on 0300 303 1777 or email email@example.com.
DATES FOR THE DIARY
The 30th Anniversary of the Eddie Duffy and Mick Hoy Memorial Traditional Music Festival 2015 will take place over the weekend of the 9th, 10th and 11th October 2015. For more information please visit their Facebook page.
Derrygonnelly & District Community Partnership will hold its next monthly meeting on Monday 14th September 2015. Time and venue to be confirmed. All welcome. In the meanwhile we hope you all have a lovely summer.
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