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€17,500 funding announced for four projects in Boyle area

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Four heritage projects in the Boyle area are to receive funding of €17,500 under the ‘Historic Structures Fund’ and the ‘Built Heritage Investment Scheme’.

The ‘Animal House’ in the former Rockingham Farmyard is to receive €5000 towards roof repair, structures and coverings including lead-work.

Rockingham Stable Yard is also to receive €5000.

The Gate Lodge in Croghan is to receive €3,500 towards mitigation of damp.

Knockranny House in Keadue is to get €4,000 towards external joinery repair.

In announcing the funding locally, Fine Gael T.D. for Sligo, Leitrim, South Donegal and North Roscommon Frank Feighan said he was delighted that several heritage projects in Sligo, Leitrim North Roscommon and South Donegal are to benefit from almost €210,000 in Government funding under the ‘Historic Structures Fund’ and the ‘Built Heritage Investment Scheme’.

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