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Promising news for discovery point at Keem Bay

Fri, Apr 20, 2018

Minister Michael Ring

Minister for Rural and Community Development, Michael Ring, this week welcomed the news that a letter of offer from Fáilte Ireland has been approved for the Wild Atlantic Way discovery point at Keem Bay.

The letter of offer to Mayo County Council outlines €150,000 in technical assistance for the design of the Wild Atlantic Way discovery point and associate works at Keem Bay.

Minister Ring said: “This is exciting news for Achill. This letter of offer will enable Mayo County Council to begin the design phase of the Wild Atlantic Way discovery point at Keem Bay. This is important in helping to realise the discovery point at Keem Bay which would help attract more people to Achill and would bring more visitors to Keel and Dooagh which are on the route to Keem Bay.”


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