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Rural Development Minister, Michelle O’Neill MLA, has urged women living and working in rural areas to get involved and help implement a £70m Rural Development initiative being rolled out across the north of Ireland as part of the 2014-20 Rural Development Programme.
Rural Development Minister, Michelle O’Neill MLA has urged everyone with an interest in creating positive rural change to help make the difference and sign up for Local Action Group (LAG) membership now.
Rural Development Minister, Michelle O’Neill MLA today urged young people to grasp the opportunity of improving their community as part of a £70million Rural Development initiative being established across the north of Ireland.