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Kerry Public Participation Network celebrates 10 years

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The Kerry Public Participation Network (PPN) is delighted to announce the celebration of its 10th anniversary. This milestone was marked in Tralee with PPN community representatives, back from left; Derry Murphy, Alan O’Connell, Caroline Toal, John Spillane, Jennifer O’Sullivan and Andrea Moriarty. Front from left; Maura Fitzgerald, Breda O’Sullivan and Connie O’Leary. Photo by: Domnick Walsh © Eye Focus LTD.

The Kerry Public Participation Network (PPN) is celebrating its 10th anniversary marking a decade of significant success, growth and unwavering commitment to increasing community engagement and participation in County Kerry.

Since its inception in 2014, the Kerry PPN has served as an important platform for community groups and organizations to engage with Kerry County Council, ensuring that the people’s voices are heard and considered in policy processes.

Over the last ten years the PPN has grown significantly and now represents over 1,000 registered member groups which include community and voluntary, social inclusion and environmental groups across the county, reflecting Kerry’s diverse and vibrant community spirit.

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To mark this special occasion, Kerry PPN will be hosting a series of events throughout the year, including information roadshows.

They invite all their members and the wider community to join them in these celebrations and reflect on the collective achievements of the past decade.

They would be delighted if groups would like to share photographs of their groups and the work they are doing across County Kerry.

For more information on Kerry PPN, upcoming events or to become a member, visit the website at www.kerryppn.ie

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