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Communities and Social Inclusion

Traveller Interagency

Aim of Sub-Group: Implement Integrated Plan for the Delivery of Services to Travellers in South Tipperary.
Target group: Travelling Community in South Tipperary
Proposed outcomes: Delivery of actions in Strategic Plan
Stakeholders involved:

Men's Sheds

What is a Men’s Shed?

  • A Men’s Shed is a dedicated, friendly and welcoming meeting place where men come together and undertake a variety of mutually agreed activities.

    Men’s Sheds are open to all men regardless of age, background or ability. It is a place where you can share your skills and knowledge with others, learn new skills and develop your old skills.

Community and Economic Development

The Community & Economic Development Section of Tipperary County Council is involved in further developing and sustaining the wellbeing of our communities through economic development, enterprise development, community development, promoting social inclusion principles and further developing the cultural and recreational areas.

Kilbarron Terryglass 1815 launch

Helen Fox and Bill Ryan co-authored the booklet Ottawa 2015 - Finnoe, Kilbarron, Terryglass 1815 and are Parish Liaisons for Kilbarron Terryglass Ireland Reaching Out. Both are active members of Kilbarron Terryglass Historical Society.

Connect Tipperary Jobs Initiative

FAI boss John Delaney has teamed up with a proud Tipperary community in a global drive to harness the power of the diaspora and attract high quality jobs to a part of Tipperary which has suffered more than its share of knocks during the downturn.

Diaspora Project Background

Tipperary with a population of 158,754 is one of the most populated rural Counties nationally. Tipperary is the 6th largest county in Ireland with a land mass of 4,303 km sq. The county is centrally located, is bounded by eight counties and no part of the county touches the coast. The County adjoins three of the provinces of Ireland and has high quality linkages (i.e.

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