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€4.3M CONTRACT SIGNED FOR CASTLEBLAYNEY COLLEGE DEVELOPMENT

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22 Jan 2015 Comments Off on €4.3M CONTRACT SIGNED FOR CASTLEBLAYNEY COLLEGE DEVELOPMENT
€4.3M CONTRACT SIGNED FOR CASTLEBLAYNEY COLLEGE DEVELOPMENT

The signing of a €4.3 million contract for the new single campus Castleblayney College is a landmark occasion for students, parents, teachers and the community at large. The whole of the county is aware of the long-running saga of the split school campus at the college. For fifteen years the college has mounted a campaign to have a single campus and eliminate the dangers of having the N2 roadway through the college. More than a thousand crossings daily between buildings posed a risk to students and now that risk is to ...

€4 MILLION CONTRACT SIGNED FOR CASTLEBLAYNEY COLLEGE EXTENSION

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6 Dec 2014 Comments Off on €4 MILLION CONTRACT SIGNED FOR CASTLEBLAYNEY COLLEGE EXTENSION
€4 MILLION CONTRACT SIGNED FOR CASTLEBLAYNEY COLLEGE EXTENSION

By Cianna McNally The contract has been signed and after a 14-year wait, Castleblayney College will soon see its new extension taking shape as building work is set to begin in January. Minister for the Arts, Heritage and the Gaeltacht Heather Humphreys was in Castleblayney on Friday last, 28th November, to witness the signing of the four million euro contract which was awarded to Ganson Contractors Ltd. Speaking to the Northern Standard Principal of Castleblayney College Gerry Hand told how the new extension to the school would benefit students and staff alike. “This extension has been on the cards for ...

‘BLAYNEY COLLEGE EXTENSION IS TO FINALLY GO AHEAD

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28 Nov 2014 Comments Off on ‘BLAYNEY COLLEGE EXTENSION IS TO FINALLY GO AHEAD

By PATSY McARDLE WORK on the building of the long awaited major extension at Castleblayney College is to finally go ahead, it was confirmed this week. Carrickmacross/Castleblayney Fianna Fail Municipal Authority representative on the Cavan/Monaghan Educational Training Board. Cllr. P.J. O’Hanlon revealed that a formal Letter of Intent to enable the project to proceed immediately is being issued tomorrow (Friday) to the main contractor. The Board’s Chief Executive Officer Mr. Martin G. O’Brien has also expressed his thanks to all the Board members, former Vocational Education Committee members, and members of the Oireachtas ...

Frustration mounting over lack of progress on Castleblayney College

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13 Nov 2010 Comments Off on Frustration mounting over lack of progress on Castleblayney College

Co Monaghan Vocational Education Committee are to request a meeting with the Minister for Education Mary Coughlan on a planned visit by her to Monaghan in December to seek to advance the approval of a single campus for Castleblayney College. VEC parents’ representative Michael McGinn made an impassioned appeal for progress in relation to the project at Monday’s meeting of the Committee, when he voiced the frustration of people in the Mid-Monaghan area over the fact that efforts to advance the initiative appeared to have stalled. Castleblayney representative Sean McCooey proposed and ...