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Four Donegal entries in IPB Pride of Place competition

first_img Four Donegal entries in IPB Pride of Place competition Sliabh Sneacht CentreDonegal County Council Pride of Place Awards from left are Paddy Doherty, Donegal County Council, Ciaran Brogan, Cathaoirleach, Donegal County Council, Rosealeen Doherty, Kevin Doherty, Sliabh Sneacht Centre and Caitlín Uí Chochláin Comhordaitheoir Gaeilge, Donegal County Council. KillybegsDonegal County Council Pride of Place Awards from left are Paddy Doherty, Donegal County Council, Cathaoirleach, Ciaran Brogan, Donegal County Council, Patrica Murrin, Cllr Niamh Kennedy, Killybegs Community Council and  Caitlín Uí Chochláin, Comhordaitheoir Gaeilge, Donegal County Council. Google+ Facebook Google+ News, Sport and Obituaries on Monday May 24th DunfanaghyDonegal County Council Pride of Place Awards – from left are Paddy Doherty, Donegal County Council, Ciaran Brogan, Cathaoirleach, Donegal County Council, Harriet Duffin and Caitlin Duggan, The Workhouse, Dunfanaghy and Caitlín Uí Chochláin, Comhordaitheoir Gaeilge, Donegal County Council. Four initiatives nominated by Donegal County Council for the IPB Pride of Place awards are heading to Ennis, Co Clare this Saturday, November 14 for the announcement of the winners.The all-island competition is coordinated by Cooperation Ireland.The Donegal initiatives featuring in the IPB Pride of Place competition 2015 are Coiste Pobail Ghort a’Choirce, the Workhouse, Dunfanaghy, the Sliabh Sneacht Centre, Drumfries and the Killybegs Community Council. Important message for people attending LUH’s INR clinic Harps come back to win in Waterford Pinterest WhatsApp WhatsAppcenter_img Twitter RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR DL Debate – 24/05/21 Consultation launched on proposal to limit HGV traffic in Clady Journey home will be easier – Paul Hegarty Gort a ChoirceDonegal County Council Pride of Place Awards – from left are Paddy Doherty, Donegal County Council, Ciaran Brogan, Cathaoirleach, Donegal County Council, Mary McFadden, Manager Magheroarty Community Centre and Caitlín Uí Chochláin Comhordaitheoir Gaeilge, Donegal County Council. Pinterest Previous articleGPs claim rural practices could be facing closure if crisis is not addressedNext articleDerry’s Mark Timlin set for move to Dublin admin Twitter By admin – November 10, 2015 Facebook Homepage BannerNewslast_img read more

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