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Major Enhancement Initiative Launched

Published 1 year ago 31st July 2021 by Editor

A major initiative by the Tipperary Town Enhancement Group to improve the appearance of buildings in Tipperary Town has just been launched. Titled ‘Crowning Tipperary Town with Colour’, the initiative is being supported by Crown Paints and by the local Crown stockists, Tipperary Co-operative and Joe Whelan’s and is sponsored by Tipperary County Council and Tipperary Credit Union Ltd.
Photos by Caleb Barrett.


At the launch of ‘Crowning Tipperary Town with Colour’ were, Cllr Mary Hanna Hourigan, Cathaoirleach Municipal District, John Hartnett, Chair of Tipperary Credit Union and Michael Begley, Co-ordinator Tipperary Tas

At the launch of the ‘Crowning Tipperary Town with Colour’ initiative were John Hartnett, Chair of Tipperary Credit Union, Martin Quinn, Press Officer, Tipperary E.G. and Anthony Coleman, District Administrator

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