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Nicholl appeals for people to attend public Rural Development meeting.

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Sinn Féin councillor Dermot Nicholl has appealed for people to attend a public meeting on the Rural Development Programme 2015-2020 which will take place next week.

Cllr. Nicholl said “we have organised this meeting to give people from voluntary/community groups, the farming community, SME’s and the general public the chance to give their views on this programme and to help shape it. We also want to make them aware of the funding opportunities which will be available.”

“This programme will benefit many people across the entire borough. The public meeting will take place in the Drummond hotel in Ballykelly next Wednesday October 7th at 7:30pm. A member of the DARD committee, Declan McAleer MLA will be in attendance.”

His party colleague Cathal Ó hÓisín MLA added “This is an excellent opportunity for people with a business idea and those who wish to grow and develop established businesses.”CRIOCH

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