Revealed: Almost €800,000 allocated to nine Carlow areas under Town and Village Renewal Scheme

The allocations were announced on Friday

Darren Hassett


Darren Hassett


Almost €800,000 has been allocated to nine Carlow projects under Town and Village Renewal Scheme.

The central aim of the scheme is to support the revitalisation of towns and villages in order to improve the living and working environment of their communities and increase their potential to support increased economic activity into the future.

The funding allocations for Carlow breakdown as follows: 

Ardattin (digital hub, marketing, tourism info etc) €100,000

Ballinkillen/Lorum (village enhancement, opening of a cafe, tourism) €71,332

Clonmore (community and enterprise hub tourism) €68,732

Grange (village enhancement tourism) €51,218

Kildavin (development of playground tourism) €100,000

Myshall (village enhancement heritage trail, enhancement tourism) €99,207

Tinnahinch (village enhancement, tourism) €99,532

Tinryland (graveyard enhancement, bus shelter, tourism) €100,000

Tullow (village enhancement works, tourism) €96,097