Regions come together to push tourism potential

Representatives from four county council areas, from left, Michael Carty from Sligo County Council, Grainne OConnor from Cavan County Council, Martina ONeill from Fermanagh District Council and Paul Kirkpatrick from Leitrim County Council

Representatives from four county council areas, from left, Michael Carty from Sligo County Council, Grainne OConnor from Cavan County Council, Martina ONeill from Fermanagh District Council and Paul Kirkpatrick from Leitrim County Council

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Four council areas, under the banner of the Border Uplands Project, have joined forces in order to showcase their world-class tourism offering to people in Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland.

The Border Uplands Project is a joint venture between ICBAN, Fermanagh District Council and the County Councils of Cavan, Leitrim and Sligo which will create much needed outdoor access, recreational and amenity infrastructure in the scenic uplands of the region.

The project, with a total budget of more than €3.1m (£2.47m), is funded under the European Union’s INTERREG IVA programme and managed by the Special European Union’s Programme Body (SEUPB).

 

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