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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Cycle Tourism a Growing Global Business

January 20, 2018

Irish Times

The Great Western Greenway, a pioneer initiative in long-distance cycle trail boasts of creating some 200 tourism-related jobs in County Mayo. This growth in active tourism such as cycling and walking is one of the underpinning arguments in support of the building of the Narrow Water Bridge.

Varadkar pledges funding for the bridge

August 04, 2017

Irish News

Varadkar said his capital plan would benefit people on both sides of the border.

 

Irish Times

Planning permission for the proposed Narrow Water cross-border bridge runs out in October, warns economic development organisation.

 

NWBCN welcome additional cash for NI

June 25, 2017

NWBCN

Mr Jim Boylan, Chairman of the Narrow Water Bridge Community Network, has welcomed the recent offer of financial support for Northern Ireland from the Theresa May government to the DUP despite the storm of controversy that it has provoked. Mr Boylan, the Network’s chairman has especially welcomed the £400 million that has been earmarked for infrastructure within the package totalling a billion pounds.

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