Mayo PPN - Issue #7 - Some information that missed the May Print deadline

Mayo PPN

Mayo PPN

May 12 · Issue #7 · View online

Welcome to the Mayo PPN newsletter with up-to-date information on the latest funding and training opportunities, notices of current consultations and relevant news from the Community & Voluntary, Social Inclusion and Environmental sectors.

1. Update on Election nights - just a quick update on our forthcoming election nights
2. Funding & Training opportunities for communities in Mayo - with a few upcoming deadlines please read on for further information about schemes that missed our May newsletter

Mayo PPN Election Nights
Mayo PPN Election Nights
Forthcoming Election nights for Secretariat Representatives
Mon May 15 7-9pm 
Mulranny Park Hotel, Mulranny 
West Mayo MD | Male & Female Secretariat Reps
(For Groups registered in West Mayo MD)
Mon May 22 7-8pm 
Tennis Club Castlebar 
Castlebar MD  | Female Secretariat Rep
(For Groups registered in the Castelabr MD)
Cancelled Elections
As we did not receive any nominations for the other represenataive positions the following election nights have been cancelled for the present:
Ballina MD | Male & Female Secretariat Reps | Mayo 18th 
Social Inclusion Pillar | Male Secretariat Rep | May 22nd 
Social Inclusion Rep | Male LCDC Rep from Ballina, Castlebar & Ballina MD | May 22nd 
Information on two funding schemes for communities in Mayo 1. Town & Village Renewal Scheme 2017 2. Community Facilities Capital Scheme 2017
Bike Week 2017 Small Grant Scheme
“Right to Know, Right to Act: Your rights as an European Citizen” events coming up in Athlone (19th May) and Galway (26th May).
The seminars cover a range of topics around our rights as EU citizens and involve an interactive discussion with Independent MEP Marian Harkin.
Ms Harkin will be attending both events to field questions from the audience so it’s a great opportunity to directly engage with an MEP on local, national and European environmental issues.
We will also guide attendees on how they can use national and European law to make official requests to access information on the environment as laid out in the Aarhus Convention.
Tickets are free of charge and further information is available here:
1. Athlone - 
2. Galway -
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