Published on : Sunday, November 26, 2017
The former chairman David Neville was praised for his work with the body. He reflected on how far Hook Tourism had progressed since 2010 and thanked Wexford County Council for their ongoing support, highlighting how important funding is for the success of the rural community scheme.
Mr. Neville also thanked the members of Hook Tourism, the DSP, TUS Programme, the Rural Social Scheme, Ballycullane Horsewood CE Scheme, past and present directors, local businesses and people in the community for their continuous support of Hook Tourism and its endeavours. Mr. Wallace of Duncannon Beach Holiday Park was then welcomed in as the new chair to the board of Hook Tourism.
Signage panels are also being developed for an ecology trail. Duncannon Fort as a significant asset to the Hook Peninsula and the importance of its development was also highlighted.
Appreciation and thanks was extended on behalf of the board and its members to outgoing directors Peter Wheeler, Chrissy Harper and Thomas Stafford. Sinéad Kidd, Graham Doyle of the Irish Experience and Richard Finn were welcomed as new directors to the board.
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