Award for Killala community

Irish Rural Link, the national organisation campaigning for sustainable rural communities, will present Killala Community Council with a National Rural Award at IRL’s annual conference in Waterford this week. The awards are made in recognition of the hard work and dedication shown by various community groups and individuals in improving their local communities and the wider fabric of rural Ireland.

This group, formed in 1973, co-ordinates development and community related projects in the Killala area. Achievements include co-ordinating rural transport, communications, and recreation facilities in the area.

Irish Rural Link chief executive Seamus Boland said: “The National Rural Award recipients have made a real impact on the quality of life of the rural communities in which they work. We hope that this award will go some way to acknowledging the efforts these groups and individuals have made to enhance the lives of those living in their communities.”


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