Agricultural exhibition to receive grants of up to €5,000

  • Agricultural exhibition to receive grants of up to €5,000
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    120 Ireland agricultural shows will be able to apply for grants up to 5,000 euros, development Minister of rural communities Michael ring announced.
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120 Ireland agricultural shows will be able to apply for grants up to 5,000 euros, development Minister of rural communities Michael ring announced.

Minister ring announced that €600,000 allocation
his Department of agriculture shows an important
investment in the development of rural communities and agriculture.

Funding
will financial support of about 120 agricultural exhibition
countries to be held in 2019.

Each show
the right to receive €5000 from the government in the quest
support these important rural social events.

These investments
in coordination with the Irish show Association
(ISA) and the recipients are members of the Association.

Last
Minister ring the year funds to support agricultural exhibitions
takes place in 2018 in recognition of the difficulties experienced
show in recent years.

Minister ring said that investment in
agricultural exhibition is an investment in rural culture, and everything
that’s good about rural Ireland.

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“In the Bonniconlon show in Mayo
yesterday, in the other show, which I visited this summer, I
saw the effects of the funding allocated in this year’s shows. I
very happy to be able to provide these shows with
financial support shows to invest in and improve their
shows for the summer of 2019.

“Agricultural shows are a great
a celebration of rural culture, which is largely to promote
the local economy of towns and villages and their suburbs in
Ireland. They can only continue because of the commitment
local volunteers”, – he said.

Minister ring added that he
confident that the Fund will facilitate more small agricultural
shows that rely heavily on volunteers.

“I know that many
shows experienced difficulties in recent years, and I hope it
the funding will help shows to overcome problems that can prevent
them.

Less show particularly struggled in recent years and
I give these shows with the same amount as the big show
recognizing the particular pressures faced by these smaller
shows.

“I am delighted to be able to help them in this way
2019. I look forward to the opportunity to sit down with the President of the Irish
Shows Association in the autumn to consider the benefits
funding is provided to all screenings in 2018 and discuss
allocation for 2019,” he said.

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