Camlough Lake planned works public drop in session

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Friday, September 4th, 2015
A public drop-in session was held in St Malachy’s Primary School to give locals and user groups the opportunity to see details of the planned works which are due to start shortly at Camlough Lake.
Councillors Roisin Mulgrew and Mickey Larkin with MLA Conor Murphy and others at the drop in session in St Malachy's

Councillors Roisin Mulgrew and Mickey Larkin with MLA Conor Murphy and others at the drop in session in St Malachy’s

Councillor Roisin Mulgrew attended the session and was accompanied by her colleagues Cllr. Larkin and Conor Murphy MLA. Cllr Mulgrew praised all of the volunteers and user groups for the fantastic work they have done over recent years to make the Camlough Lake events such a success. “I know all those who use the lake were disappointed to be told that due to the planned repairs no events could take place next year however, there is great excitement and anticipation that when the works are completed Camlough Lake will be a first class facility which will play its part in encouraging tourism and sporting events in the South Armagh area,” she said. “I have asked that the council continue to hold meetings with user groups and interested parties during the ongoing repair works to explore all avenues of funding which may be applied for to install up to date parking and changing facilities and to enable user groups to extend the number and types of events currently being held.”
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