21 May 2022

Exciting times ahead for Longford town, says Nolan

Cllr Peggy Nolan (FG).

Cllr Peggy Nolan

Longford town woman Peggy Nolan cares deeply about the quality of life for everyone who chooses to live in the town and county.

Longford county is entering some very exciting times. I have been privileged to have played my part in helping our county turn the corner,” she said.

Peggy has been heavily involved in the community for many years now and is a working councillor in Longford Municipal District since 2004.

One of her proudest moments in that time was when she secured the provision of a multimillion investment for St Joseph's Care Centre on the Dublin Road, Longford.

She says this investment is just the beginning of what is required to stabilise the entire campus and she wants to continue the fight to provide services in Longford for everyone.

“The provision of a clinical service has been pared back and some shared with Westmeath,” she said.

“This must be reversed and more investment required to bring services to Longford.”

Peggy is also working hard withthe council on the rejuvenation of the Camlin quarter at the bottom of Longford town.

“As a member of the committee with responsibility for the project, I can assure you, the people of Longford, there are exciting times ahead,” she said.

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