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Trevor Jacob, Chief Executive CWCW Enniscorthy, Minister James Browne TD, and Ben Bierney, manager of Kilcannon Garden Centre, Old Dublin Road, Enniscorthy.

Trevor Jacob, Chief Executive CWCW Enniscorthy, Minister James Browne TD, and Ben Bierney, manager of Kilcannon Garden Centre, Old Dublin Road, Enniscorthy.

Minister James Browne.

Minister James Browne.

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Trevor Jacob, Chief Executive CWCW Enniscorthy, Minister James Browne TD, and Ben Bierney, manager of Kilcannon Garden Centre, Old Dublin Road, Enniscorthy.

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Kilcannon Centre in Enniscorthy, which is supported by County Wexford Community Workshop, is to receive €100,000 in funding.

The grant will support building works including the installation of an eight-passenger disabled access lift, disabled parking and bicycle racks for cyclists and surfacing works including upgrading and marking of the public car park.

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Expressing delight that the centre will benefit from funding through the Scaling Up Fund Minister James Brown said the money will support improvement works at the premises on the Old Dublin Road in Enniscorthy.

“The Community Workshop provides a terrific service for the local community in providing horticultural goods and services, supporting our vulnerable citizens, and creating jobs,” he said.

“I want to thank the Community Workshop for their tremendous work in serving the local community,” he added.


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