Meetings Planned In Tipperary, Cashel & Cahir For Improved Quality Of Life For The Community


In the coming weeks there are 3 meetings planned in the towns of Tipperary, Cashel and Cahir to help deliver an improved quality of life for people in the community.

The first meeting is in the Knockanrawley Resource centre Tipperary town on Sunday April 27th starting at 11am and will examine the essential connection between nature, our health, and climate resilience. This session will take place partly outdoors, showcase local initiatives and highlight Ireland’s 4th National Biodiversity Action Plan and the All Ireland Pollinator Plan.

The second meeting is an evening meeting to be held in the Spafield Family Resource Centre in Cashel on May 8th beginning at 7pm.  The meeting is to identify community Strengths – stories from local initiatives will be shared to help develop the Community Wellbeing and Climate Resilience Map.

The third meeting will be held in Cahir at the Youth Centre on May 21st beginning at 7pm and is titled Community Conversations – again the focus is on local initiatives and community led actions that will help to enhance community wellbeing and also climate resilience in the county.

The meetings are free to attend and places can be booked on the Eventbrite platform – more information is available on the website

The meetings are being organised by the Tipperary Public Participation Network and all member organisations have been notified.