Drogheda Independent - - NEWS - BY HU­BERT MUR­PHY

ARDEE and Dunleer gained big time from the Town and Vil­lage Re­newal fund­ing with the Dee­side Hub ser­vice se­cur­ing over €56,000 and the Mar­ket House in Dunleer land­ing €100,000.

The Hub’s Health Check pro­gramme is to re­ceive €56,000 with a road safety plan for Bal­lapousta get­ting €79,304.80.

Dunleer’s mar­ket House de­vel­op­ment re­ceived €100,000. The play­ground for Knock­bridge got the same amount.

A lift, toi­let fa­cil­i­ties and a com­mu­nity com­plex ren­o­va­tion at Reagh­stown has been awarded €32,137.00

A walk­ing trail and lights in Sta­ban­non was al­lo­cated €29,872. Tal­lanstown can up­grade its her­itage trail with an in­vest­ment of €21,806.56. A path­way to King Wil­liams Glen from Tullyallen re­ceived €58,312.80.

The County Meath al­lo­ca­tion in­cluded €29,600.00 for a Bellew­stown Vista, €42,000 go­ing to Drum­con­rath for vil­lage en­hance­ment.

Duleek’s her­itage trail gets €22,000 with Ju­lianstown Bridge re­ceiv­ing €40,000.

Lobin­stown was a big win­ner with €32,000 awarded for the play­ground en­hance­ment.

Nob­ber re­ceived €100,000 for an amenity park.

A foot­path to King Wil­liams Glen is planned.

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