Carrick on Suir Municipal District (MD) Wellbeing vision meeting
Tipperary PPN will bring community groups in each of the 5 Municipal Districts in Co Tipperary together to develop our vision for Community Wellbeing for This and Future Generations in Tipperary
The 3rd of these meetings took place in the Carrick on suir MD in Mullinahone community centre on 22nd October 2019. These facilitated workshops consider aspects to make our community the best place it can be now and into the future. This was a very successful event and the PPN team will be arranging meetings each of the remaining Municipal districts in Spring 2020.
The Tipperary PPN is working with its members to produce a shared vision for the future wellbeing of the Carrick on Suir MD for this and future generations. This vision will be used to inform the work of the PPN and its representatives.
Community wellbeing combines a number of issues such as health, social and community development, the environment and public participation. All the different aspects of community wellbeing are captured in the diagram set out below. We want to hear your organisation’s or group’s ambitions and aspirations for our community around these issues.
The inputs made on the night in Mullinahone by representatives of PPN member groups are linked below.
There is now a 2-week opportunity for groups that were not able to attend the workshops, or who were present but have additional inputs they want to make, to contribute their views.
This can be done online at
or by post please see link to the printable version of consultation below.
Closing date for submissions is 6pm Monday 18th of November.
If your require any further assistance in completing this consultation form please contact us on 0504 61014 or email email@example.com
Tipperary Public Participation Network (PPN) is a formal network. Its vision is to inform, strengthen and empower through participation, and to support the three pillars of Community, Social Inclusion and Environmental Groups to have their say in shaping local society. It provides a structure to facilitate the two way flow of information between the Local Authority and the Three Pillars, to influence plans and policies for the future development of Tipperary.
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