Delegates at the February meeting of Kildare Co. Board were informed that while grant funding from Croke Park and Leinster Council is currently at a stand still, the board is 'thinking outside the box' in a bid to get the project up and running.
The meeting was told that a government initiative titled the Immigrant Programme Programme is being looked at presently to gain additional funding to the already secured Government funding, the board's (Kildare GAA) own in-put of substantial savings along with bank loans, already negotiated, and the expected GAA grants.
Lilies turn to Dub's, on the double.
New Kildare minor football manager boss appointed.
Comment: Alan D does his own version of Tony H (Tommy Callaghan);
Our weekly Kildare Racing scene, plus a look back on the Dublin Racing Festival.
Newbridge dogs: Celbridge Larkin family on a roll!
GAA Books: Athy teacher's four book deal on fictional GAA star; plus, John Joe O'Reilly and his Kildare GAA connection.
All that and much much more in this week's Leinster Leader, in the shops now.
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