Morn­ing of cel­e­bra­tions planned for en­ter­prise town Dun­leer

Mid Louth Independent - - FRONT PAGE -

FOL­LOW­ING the suc­cess of Dun­leer win­ning the Na­tional Award for the Bank of Ire­land En­ter­prise Town, the lead or­gan­i­sa­tion Dun­leer Com­mu­nity De­vel­op­ment board (DCDB) is hold­ing a cel­e­bra­tion event for all the com­mu­nity at the Mar­ket House Dun­leer on Mon­day 14th Jan­uary, com­menc­ing promptly at 10am.

DCDB Chair­man Tony Mal­lon out­lined that the feed­back from peo­ple lo­cally and through­out the county was great, “the award recog­nised the col­lab­o­ra­tion and de­ter­mi­na­tion of com­mu­nity groups, busi­ness and traders to work to­gether to de­velop Dun­leer, and so we de­cided to cel­e­brate this suc­cess with this event on Mon­day the 14th where all of the com­mu­nity are in­vited”

Tony went on to thank Joan Martin CEO of Louth County Coun­cil Thomas McEvoy of Louth En­ter­prise of­fice for nom­i­nat­ing Dun­leer, he also thanked Paula Har­mon Head of Bank of Ire­land Co Louth for her sup­port and spon­sor­ship.

Dun­leer was ac­claimed as be­ing a hotspot of en­ter­prise, coun­try­wide.

El­iz­abeth Kear­ney from En­ergy Am­bas­sadors and DCDB ( Dun­leer Com­mu­nity De­vel­op­ment Board) , Olivia Cos­grove from DCDB and Su­san Donegan with Paula Har­mon, Head of Co Louth, Bank of Ire­land, cel­e­brat­ing the win.

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