Almost €240,000 has been announced for 7 school and community groups in Mayo under the Government’s CLÁR programme.

Fine Gael Deputy Alan Dillon welcomed the allocation of €239,551 for the projects under Measures 1 and 2 for Safety Measures and Recreational Areas under Government scheme.

The Secretary of the Fine Gael party says that the CLÁR programme is a great scheme to help make our communities better places to live, work and raise families.

He says that the funding is crucial to getting infrastructural works over the line once schools and community groups put the initiatives forward in cooperation with Mayo County Council.

Deputy Dillon told Midwest News that the funding will be a welcome boost to the seven communities benefitting from this round of funding.

Town and Village

Project Details

Funding Amount

Tuar Mhic Eadaigh

Outdoor Recreational area and car park at community centre and link to greenway.

€33,675

Templemary N.S

Footpath, Car Park, Lighting and Road Markings

€20,376

Belmullet Junior and Senior NS’s

Health and Safety Measures including Safety lights, pedestrian crossing and parking.

€45,000

Rehins N.S.

2 Bus Shelters

€10,800

Lahardaun Community Centre / Tidy Town and Village Enhancement Group

Footpath from village to Community Centre and National school and Public lighting.

€29,700

Aughamore Integrated Community Council (ICC)

Tarmacadam surface at aminities building and all weather pitch and car parking.

€50,000

Innisturk Community Club

Multi-Generational Community Recreation Area, Exercise Equipment, Jungle Gym and Seating

€50,000

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