North, East and West Kerry Development (NEWKD) welcomed Minister of State at the Department of Rural and Community Development Joe O’Brien,TD to their Revamp Furniture Shop on Castleisland’s Lower Main Street on Tuesday.

The shop is operated under a Community Services Programme (CSP) administered by the Department of Rural and Community Development.

John Stack, NEWKD chairperson and Pat O’Shea, NEWKD treasurer welcomed the minister on his arrival.

Revamp Manager, Marie Keane introduced the staff who expressed their delight to be part of such a positive initiative, and how much support they get from the community both locally and throughout a wide hinterland.

Read the full article in the Kerryman.

  • August 9, 2022

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