County Limerick Summer Works Scheme Approvals

Added November 25th, 2019

Limerick Minister Patrick O’Donovan has announced that the Minister for Education has allocated the summer works scheme to Ardpatrick, Broadford, Caherelly and Shanagolden National Schools.

“This is great news for these National Schools. They all will be able now to proceed to get ready to carry out works during the summer months. Over the last number of years this scheme has proven to be very popular in order to get improvements to schools across the country. So to have it being continued and be available to school principals to be able to modernise and develop their schools is really welcome.”

Patrick O’Donovan said that this Government has invested heavily in schools across the county since coming to office. “Over the last few years we have seen a huge amount of money invested in the construction of new schools. But we have also seen extensions and refurbishments to schools across Co. Limerick and schemes like this help a lot.”

Patrick O’Donovan said that he has been raising issues on behalf of other Co. Limerick schools with Minister Joe McHugh over the last number of months and he is hopeful of seeing further investment from the Department in the near future.

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