Sinn Féin’s local election candidate in Armoy and Loughgiel has welcomed the latest progress in the proposal to provide a footpath at a bridge in Armoy town to provide safe access to Armoy Primary School.
Kieran Mulholland praised the developments explaining: “Back in October there was a site meeting to look at this provision as a result of a motion taken to Council by Sinn Féin Councillor Colum Thompson. An update acquired by our Moyle Chairperson Cara McShane from Roads Service has now established that this can be achieved before the end of the financial year as it shouldn’t take a large amount of work.
“Despite the relatively small amount of work required, it would be of enormous benefit to local parents, children, and others, allowing for a safe walk over the River Bush. I commend this progression and urge all relevant parties to work to completion of this project as quickly as possible”.