20 May 2022

County Longford PPN municipal district plenary meetings

Embracing new ways of keeping connected with Co Longford PPN

Siobhan Cronogue, Co Longford PPN Coordinator

County Longford Public Participation Network are holding their municipal district (MD) plenary meetings at 7pm for Granard MD members on Tuesday, March 8 in Granard Library, for Ballymahon MD members on Wednesday, March 9 in Ballymahon library and for Longford MD members on Thursday, March 10 in the Longford Arms Hotel.

Chairpersons for the three meetings are Tess Murphy, Francesca Pawelczyk and Kathleen Dowd respectively.

Siobhán Cronogue, PPN Development Officer said, “It’s so great to be able to meet our members again in person and we will be updating them on the PPN work plan for the remainder of the year. We are delighted to work with the Local Community Safety Partnership (LCSP) and during the plenary meetings members will be able to participate in workshops designed to better understand their priorities around safety in their communities.”

Janine Bartley, LCSP Coordinator, who will facilitate these workshops said, “This is a great opportunity for community groups to input into the development of a safety plan that can improve people's communities and sense of security and ensure that people have access to the services they need.”

To close the meetings, members can enjoy some refreshments and a chat and will be entered into the PPN Spin the Wheel raffle. Prizes for winning community groups will be €200 – 1st prize, €100 – 2nd prize and €50 – 3rd prize.

For further information please contact Siobhan on 087 261 5583/ email or contact Helen at or Janine on

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