Moneygall Plan to 2025

Moneygall Development Association is committed to continue develop our community following on from the successful implementation on our development plan “Moneygall Forward 2012-2017” and thanks to funding and supports from the Rural Development Programme we commenced a process of community engagement to establish our community requirements as we plan to 2025. This plan facilitated and compiled by Catherine Corcoran an academic and practitioner is the culmination of community engagement, consultation with Offaly Local Development Company, an input from local government and an alignment to national strategy for community development. 

Our first community plan was ambitious and identified over 50 actions that were required to build and develop a community enjoyable for people to live and visit. We have delivered on the majority of the actions and now have begun this new phase to develop, support and enhance what we have started. We also want to ensure longevity of community projects and development into the future.

"Moneygall 2025" is our new vision for a bold and modern rural community, we want to become a healthier community with a strong focus on health and wellbeing along with a cleaner and healthier environment. The plan identifies opportunity for social enterprise and the continued enhancement of our community assets. We want to prosper and continue to expand opportunities for tourism and continue to preserve and protect our history and heritage. This plan is wide and expansive in its proposals and we invite you to read the plan, engage with us and help us fulfill these objectives by 2025.

Moneygall Tourism Video

Moneygall Development Association is proud to showcase our community, we might be small in size but we are big in heart. We have developed walking trails, activity parks, cycle routes and organise plenty throughout the year. We are fortunate to be in both Irelands Hidden Heartland and Irelands Ancient East and have adopted our Tourism slogan of "Moneygall a village hidden in the heartlands of Irelands ancient east" 

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