Signs, Repairs and Upgrading for Loughfouder National School

Signs on: Kerry County Councillor and Cavan native Charlie Farrelly doing the business for Loughfouder National School while enjoying the rolling fortunes of his native county GAA team. 

Cavan native and avid county GAA supporter, Cllr. Charlie Farrelly sent a note to express his pleasure at being in a position to help the management of Loughfouder National School, Knocknagoshel regarding the lack of directional signage for the school.

School Signs Secured

“As part of my councillor’s allocation I was delighted to contribute €850 towards the supply and erection of two signs for the school.

“Signs have now been erected at Reidy’s Cross and others in Brosna Village and at Headley’s  Bridge,” said Cllr. Farelly.

Flashing Warning Lights

“Also as a result of my notice of motion at Thursday’s municipal district meeting I am pleased to announce that the school flashing warning lights which are out of order will be replaced as soon as new ones  are delivered.

Road Signs to be Painted

“Another major improvement in the vicinity of the school will be the road warning signs that will be painted on the roadway in both directions in the first quarter of 2021.

“As a local independent county councillor I am delighted to be working to the best of my ability for the entire municipal district,” said a well pleased Cllr. Farrelly.

Devil Picked Attempt at Congratulations

I hope the management of Loughfouder National School won’t mind the addition of the virtual Páirc an Chrocaigh sign to their school post in my devil picked attempt to congratulate Cllr. Farrelly on his county’s success yesterday.

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