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The campaign to rebuild the new 400-seater Ballinrobe Town Hall last week entered another phase when the project went to tender.
It’s all systems go now for the campaign to rebuild Ballinrobe Town Hall - following Minister Michael Ring’s announcement of over €1m in funding on Friday last.
The campaign to rebuild Ballinrobe Town Hall enters a new phase with site investigation work set to take place at the site.
Minister for Rural and Community Development Michael Ring this week allocated €1.34 million to help revitalise 14 towns and villages in Mayo. The funding was approved under the 2017 Town and Village Renewal Scheme. More than 280 rural towns and villages across the country are set to benefit from over €21 million in funding under the 2017 Town and Village Renewal Scheme. The scheme is a key part of the Government’s Action Plan for Rural Development.
The drive to rebuild Ballinrobe Town Hall has passed a number of milestones, including €130,000 collected locally. A target of €400,000 has been set for local donations and the next wave of the campaign will see a number of fund-raising events taking place.
Householders in Ballinrobe are asked to give generously as a door-to-door collection gets under way in the campaign to rebuild Ballinrobe Town Hall. A target of €400,000 in business and private contributions has been set as Ballinrobe aims to restore the old hall, which closed in 1996. A team of approximately 40 collectors will visit every house in the parish to seek support through a variety of suitable fundraising options.
A target of €400,000 in business and private contributions has been set by the campaign to rebuild Ballinrobe Town Hall. Locals have been urged to support the effort to build a town hall on the site where the previous one existed from 1886 to 1996. A variety of support options was outlined at the campaign’s fund-raising launch in Flannery’s Bar and Restaurant this week.
Voters in the Ballinrobe area have been asked to keep the rebuilding of the local town hall an election agenda item over the coming fortnight. As General Election D-day draws closer, Ballinrobe Town Hall committee want to ensure the reconstruction of the facility remains a top priority in the coming years.
There was good news in Ballinrobe last Friday when Mayo County Council granted planning permission for the rebuilding of Ballinrobe Town Hall. It is full steam ahead now for the project with a major focus on securing public, private, and community funding to make the hall a reality. The old hall was knocked in 1999 for safety reasons.