on Monday 27th July from 12:00 at St Patrick’s Hall, Main Street, Delvin
Galetech Energy Services are urging people to come and meet their project team to discuss early stage proposals for the Bracklyn Wind Farm development.
Our next public consultation day is in St. Patrick’s Community Hall, Delvin on Monday 27th July and we would love to meet any local residents who have queries, interests or concerns around our proposals. Due to Covid-19 restrictions, we cannot facilitate groups so please contact 1800140976 to arrange a personal appointment with us on the day.
It is very important that we hear what local people have to say on the project and their input is most valuable. We also want to hear from you what you feel this proposed wind farm project should be able to do for you in respect of community funding that will greatly benefit the area as a whole.
We look forward to meeting you and should you have any queries regarding the development in the meantime you are most welcome to contact us to arrange for a personal meeting or any information that you may require about the project.
Further information at https://www.bracklynwindfarm.ie
St Patrick’s Hall was built in 1832 and began life as the original village chapel. In 1918, the chapel was given a new lease of life serving as a parish hall. The hall was fully renovated in 2010 and several community groups now make full use of the facility, with regular social dances, concerts and theatrical presentations taking place.
For further information about the hall itself, please click here.
St Patrick’s Hall, Main Street, Delvin, Co. Westmeath, N91 X449 A limited amount of parking is available at the door but space is tight – please park on the main street. For larger events, please follow the directions of event staff.
Please contact the event hosts.