11 projects in the North West will benefit from funding under the second round of the Governments 2020 Town and Village Renewal Scheme.
In the total the various facilities will benefit to the sum of €300,000 which has been confirmed by the Minister for Community and Rural Development Heather Humphreys T.D this morning.
Minister for State Frank Feighan says the Town and Village Renewal Scheme has been adapted this year to meet the challenges of COVID19.
He says the focus is being placed on projects to help accommodate social distancing, improve pedestrian access, enhancement of community buildings and provide equipment to run local events in a safe manner.
The full breakdown of funding for local projects are as follows:
Keash: Upgrading recreational walking route infrastructure: €40,000
Collooney: Funding for a town centre Community Garden: €25,000
Ballintogher: Refurbishment of community owned enterprise units: €25,000
Carney: Delivery of improved looped walking trails and enhanced street scapes: €25,000
Banada: Completion of groundworks at Banada Abbey to improve multipurpose facilities: €40,000.
Multiple: Broadband Connection Points in 8 Locations: €37,859.
Keshcarrigan: Outdoor seating, signage and name places: €9,454
Mohill: Enhancement of outdoor space for social distancing and signage: €10,589
Drumsna: Sheltered Outdoor meeting space. €4,478
Rossinver: safe workspace courses, remote working outdoor gym equipment: €34,447
North Roscommon: €40,000
Boyle: Provision of Equipment to allows outdoor trading: €40,000