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WELCOME TO THE NARROW WATER BRIDGE COMMUNITY NETWORK

OUR VISION

 

To develop, enhance and protect the natural environment and cultural heritage of the Carlingford Lough Area to achieve a level of excellence in sustainable tourism which will establish the area as the prime tourist destination on the East Coast of Ireland.

 

The NWBCN believes that central to achieving this goal is the building of a bridge at Narrow Water.

LATEST NEWS

Taoiseach launches Shared Island Strategy

Minister for Infrastructure meets NWBCN on site at Narrow Water

Minister Mallon meets online with NWBCN

Micheál Martin announces ring-fenced funding for the Narrow Water Bridge and a number of other cross border projects for “full delivery without undue delay”.

“I am committed to progressing the Narrow Water Bridge project. I recognise the strong local support for a bridge to link the communities on both sides of Carlingford Lough and to take full advantage of the tourism potential of this cross-border region, whilst protecting the natural environment in this area of historic and ecological significance."

Nichola Mallon

 

The Minister for Infrastructure, Nichola Mallon confirmed her commitment to delivering the Narrow Water Bridge when she met online last week with members of the Narrow Water Bridge Community Network. 

ABOUT US

The Narrow Water Bridge Community Network is  a cross-community group of  concerned citizens from around Carlingford Lough who believe that the area has been by-passed down the decades by both governments with regard to economic investment. 

CONTACT DETAILS

Chairman: Jim Boylan

+44 7821 247857

Secretary: Adrian O'Hare

+44 7713 867535

 

4 Mary Street

WARRENPOINT

County Down BT 34 3NT

www.narrowwaterbridge.co.uk

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