A community group in the east of the county has been leading the way in terms of socio-economic reforms and environmental protection for a number of years.
Now, Crossroads and Killygordon Enterprise (CAKE), wants to give locals a chance to have their say on the future of their villages.
Particularly emphasis will be given to the setting up of a ‘Tidy Towns’ group.
These, and other issues, will be discussed at an important public meeting on Tuesday night, May 3, at 7.30pm in the Oaktree (CAKE) Centre, Killygordon.
Individuals, groups, organisations and sporting bodies from both areas have been asked to come along, pool their ideas, and look at ways how to improve the area for adults and children.
Donegal County Council’s Waste Awareness Officer, Ms Suzanne Tinney, will also be in attendance to discuss possible funding as well as other supports.
A spokesperson for CAKE said the meeting could be an ideal way of prioritising the needs of the area and giving the community a chance to voice their ideas and plan a way forward.
“This meeting will be a unique opportunity for all interested parties to come along and share their ideas on what is best for Crossroads and Killygordon,” the spokesperson said.Tags: