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09 Aug 2022

WOW: Funding announced for the following outdoor adventure projects in Tipperary

Ten projects in Tipperary were approved for a total of €321,884.

Tipperary

Minister for Rural and Community Development Heather Humphreys announced funding of almost €6 million to develop 200 outdoor adventure projects across Rural Ireland.

Ten projects in Tipperary were approved for a total of €321,884. The selected projects are: 

1. Ballinderry River Walk Phase II Upgrade of section of river walk along the Ballyfinboy River €26,784
2. Kilballyboy Wood Trails : provide 3 looped walks €30,000
3. The provision of a car park at Liam Lynch trailhead € 30,000
4. Sliabh na mBan create road side parking at the trail head €30,000
5. Upgrade the Vee Car Park, Bay Lough Knockmealdown Mountains €30,000
6. Voluntary cycling initiative Carrick-on-Suir and Nenagh €30,000
7. Improve both design and content of Adventure Lough Derg app € 27,000
8. Audit of current angling infrastructure in Tipperary. Promote and market Tipperary as quality angling destination of choice €27,000
9. Plan and design Clare Glens River Walk €48,600
10. Plan and design Soloheadbeg Greenway and Water Park €42,500
Follow the link below to view the full announcement.

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