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G8 newsletter to keep county in the loop

Pictured launching the G8 Summit Essential Information Newsletter are from left, Ian Proud, . . . . . . . .   Thomas O'Reilly, Chairman of Fermanagh District Council, Chief Inspector Alywin Barton and Dr. Ronan O'Hare

Pictured launching the G8 Summit Essential Information Newsletter are from left, Ian Proud, Thomas O’Reilly, Chairman of Fermanagh District Council, Chief Inspector Alywin Barton and Dr. Ronan O’Hare

NEXT WEEK every address in Fermanagh will receive essential information about the upcoming G8 Summit through the form of a newsletter being collated by Fermanagh District Council.

With input from a number of service providers and public sector agencies the newspaper will be delivered by post to every residential and business address in County Fermanagh between May 28 and May 31.

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The 12 page newsletter provides important information for residents and businesses on what to expect around the time of the G8 Summit and how to continue to access local services.

Chairman of Fermanagh District Council Thomas O’Reilly explained that with the influx of people into the county it is natural to expect disruption and he hopes the newsletter will be a valuable resource to help things run as close to ‘business as usual’ as possible.

The newsletter provides key information on traffic and travel plans, access to health services and government services such as  the Jobs and Benefits Office, school transport and examination arrangements, bin collection plans and information on a programme of Family Day Out public participation events  taking place in June across Fermanagh.

As well as being delivered by post to residential and business addresses the newsletter will also be distributed to public and community venues including Fermanagh District Council facilities and available to download from the Fermanagh District Council website www.fermanagh.gov.uk from May 28.

People are further encouraged to keep updated by logging onto the official G8 Summit website www.g8ni2013.com

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