CPLN Area Partnership – proving essential funding for Lucan Festival

Without financial support from government agencies,and local businesses it would prove very difficult to put on the wide programme of events that we have art Lucan Festival. This year Lucan Festival are delighted to receive the support of CPLN Area Partnership they are contributing  €2,000 for this year’s festival towards the intercultural events which will be part of the Family Fun day on September 25.

CPLN Area Partnership located in Clondalkin is a local development company creating local solutions to national problems. Partnerships are supported under the South Eastern Regional Operational Programme of the National Development Plan 2007-2013

CPLN focuses mainly on the following target groups: travellers, women, people with disabilities, migrant workers, minority ethnic communities, youth and lone parents. To support these groups in the locality the oartnership is constantly seeking to co-ordinate and enhances the provision of public services to the area.

Seeking to create a partnership incorporating the Community, Voluntary, Statutory and Social Partner Sectors. CPLN has identified seven focuses for its local development strategy and has identified a range of strategies within each of the following action areas. Enterprise and Employment, Local Employment Service, Childcare, Community Development, Environment and Infrastructure, Youth & Youth Homelessness, Education, Health.

A big thank you – to CPLN Area Partnership for financially assisting Lucan Festival in 2011 and the help of Lucy Peprah who is also part of our committee.

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