Cloughjordan Business Network Hosts Evening on Supports from the NTLP

Cloughjordan Business Network is hosting a networking event with the North Tipperary LEADER Partnership (NTLP) to facilitate sharing of information regarding supports available for community and local business development. The event will take place on Wednesday, 10th March at 7pm in Grace’s Pub, Main Street, Cloughjordan and will include a presentation by guest speaker Patrick Killeen of the North Tipperary LEADER Partnership followed by Q&A from the floor.

The Rural Development Programme (RDP) focuses on improving all aspects of social and economic life in rural areas, including community, enterprise, heritage, culture, tourism, food, energy, and other projects.  It will operate from 2007-13 with a budget of approximately €425 million, which is made up of a combination of Irish national exchequer and EU funds.  The RDP allocation for North Tipperary  for 2007-13 is approximately €9.7 million and will be delivered by the NTLP.

The CB Network extends a welcome invitation to those involved in community and business development in and near Cloughjordan and from around north Tipperary. This CB Network event will also benefit anyone who has an interest in developing Cloughjordan as an attractive, welcoming, historic, artistic, sustainable, educational and heritage destination for visitors. CB events are informal, open to all entrepreneurs and admission is free. Please mark your diary, bring your business cards and join the Network. No RSVP required.

For further information contact: Liz OShea e: liz@lizosheafinewriting.com m: 087 6661337 and Una Johnston e:

una.johnston@mementomori.ie m: 087 2624154

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