Kerry Conradh na Gaeilge members seek funding for Irish Language and Gaeltacht Investment Plan

Julian de Spáinn, Ard-Rúnaí Chonradh na Gaeilge and Paula Melvin Tánaiste Chonradh na Gaeilge met with Michael Healy-Rae TD at Clinic na Gaeilge 2019 at Buswells Hotel on Kildare Street. Organised by Conradh na Gaeilge, the ten-hour clinic saw members of the Irish-speaking community from around the country sit down with their local politicians in a bid to secure budget funding for an Irish Language and Gaeltacht Investment Plan which could create 2,000 new jobs. Pic: Conor McCabe.

Conradh na Gaeilge members from Kerry met with TDs to seek funding for an Irish Language and Gaeltacht Investment Plan, which could create 2,000 new jobs.

The Kerry members were part of a delegation that travelled to Dublin to seek support for the plan in a bid to secure €5 million worth of funding for the plan in Budget 2020.

Páidí Ó Sé of Comharchumann Forbartha Chorca Dhuibhne discussed the issue with Kerry TDs Danny and Michael Healy-Rae.

He voiced the concerns felt locally relating to Irish language and Gaeltacht funding.

Further information on the Irish Language and Gaeltacht Investment Plan is available at www.cnag.ie/pleang.

Eve Ní Bhraoin from Conradh na Gaeilge (c), Danny Healy-Rae TD and Páidí Ó Sé, Comharchumann Forbartha Chorca Dhuibhne at Clinic na Gaeilge 2019 at Buswells Hotel on Kildare Street. Organised by Conradh na Gaeilge, the ten-hour clinic saw members of the Irish-speaking community from around the country sit down with their local politicians in a bid to secure budget funding for an Irish Language and Gaeltacht Investment Plan which could create 2,000 new jobs. Pic: Conor McCabe.
Eve Ní Bhraoin from Conradh na Gaeilge (c), Danny Healy-Rae TD and Páidí Ó Sé, Comharchumann Forbartha Chorca Dhuibhne at Clinic na Gaeilge 2019 at Buswells Hotel on Kildare Street. Organised by Conradh na Gaeilge, the ten-hour clinic saw members of the Irish-speaking community from around the country sit down with their local politicians in a bid to secure budget funding for an Irish Language and Gaeltacht Investment Plan which could create 2,000 new jobs. Pic: Conor McCabe.