Minister for the Environment, Heritage and Local Government, John Gormley, T.D., will today officially mark the completion of a Design, Build, Operate (DBO) project involving 18 Group Water Schemes and 2,500 homes across County Limerick, at Lough Gur. The media is invited to attend the event. Interview and photograph opportunities will be provided.
3.30 p.m. Lough Gur Pumphouse
Minister arrives and is greeted by Limerick County Council officials and Lough Gur Group Scheme Members.
Formal cutting of ribbon by Minister (Photo)
Unveiling of Plaque by Minister Gormley at Lough Gur Pumphouse
3.45 p.m. Interpretative Centre, Lough Gur
Minister and welcoming group enter the main hall for speeches (photographs)
· Cllr. Kevin Sheehan, Cathaoirleach of Limerick County Council
· Brendan O’Mahony, Chairman, National Federation of Group Water Schemes
· Mr. John Gormley, Minister for the Environment, Heritage and Local Government.
Refreshments will be provided following the event at Reardon’s Restaurant, Holy Cross
4.30 p.m. Minister departs
Notes To Editor:
- For further information please contact Mark Dunphy of Dunphy PR at 086-8534900 or firstname.lastname@example.org
- Directions to Lough Gur Group Water Scheme site: Follow R512 south out of Limerick City. Pass through Ballyneety and follow road for further 4 miles. Turn left at Reardon’s Pub in Holycross. After driving straight through a crossroad junction, proceed 0.5 m to the GWS site.
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