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25 May 2022

PICTURES | County Longford Public Participation Network Municipal District plenary meetings

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County Longford Public Participation Network Municipal District held plenary meetings in Granard, Ballymahon and Longford town recently. 

The County Longford Public Participation Network (PPN) is the main link through which Longford County Council and other decision making bodies connect with the community, voluntary, social inclusion and environmental sectors. Check out their website HERE

The benefits of joining Longford PPN are;

  • Access to relevant information on funding and grants coming through Longford County Council.
  • Vote as an organisation to elect members on to the PPN Secretariat.
  • Receipt of regular information which highlights and promotes the work of the PPN and the activities of its member community groups
  • The opportunity to input into decisions of Longford County Council that impact your local area or group through participation in the various committees of the council.
  • An opportunity to network with and learn from other organisations in County Longford
  • Have your views heard and contribute to local policy and decision making.

Longford PPN contact details: 

Longford PPN
Longford County Council
Áras an Chontae
Great Water Street
Longford N39 NH56

Email: PPN@longfordcoco.ie 

Siobhán Cronogue 087 261 5583 scronogue@longfordcoco.ie 

Helen Gorman 043 3344223 hgorman@longfordcoco.ie 

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