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PostPosted: Tue Apr 23, 2013 8:03 pm 
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The Narrow Water Bridge Action Group and the Warrenpoint Burren Rostrevor (WBR) Chamber of Commerce have continued their campaign to bring this important infrastructural project to a successful conclusion. While we are very encouraged by recent developments at time of going to press there are still obstacles yet to overcome. Sammy Wilson, Minister for Finance and Personnel must sign the ‘letter of offer’ for the small contribution that still has to be made by the Northern Ireland Executive and Danny Kennedy Minister for Regional Development must complete the ‘Bridge Order’ without delay, although as we understand it, the bridge order is to be advertised in the press this week.

The Narrow Water Bridge Action Group (NWBAG) and WBR Chamber of Commerce are meeting on a weekly basis with our Member of Parliament, MLAs, councillors, of all parties to agree actions that will bring this goal closer.

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The Narrow Water Bridge Action Group (NWBAG) and WBR Chamber of Commerce members at a meeting last Friday

Members of NWBAG and WBR Chamber of Commerce at the invitation of Senator Jim Darcy went to meet Taoiseach Enda Kenny and deputies and senators of Dail Eireann. The deputation from Warrenpoint impressed on our neighbours the importance of this project to the economic regeneration of our region. They have been assured of their best efforts to bring this project to fruition.

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Meeting Taoiseach Enda Kenny

The efforts to bring this bridge to completion will be redoubled in the coming weeks by members of the Chamber of Commerce and Narrow Water Bridge Action Committee supported by our politicians, and indeed only today some members travelled to Stormont to meet Deputy First Minister Martin McGuinness amongst others.

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Meeting Deputy First Minister Martin McGuinness

We would also like to thank all the local people who have been campaigning tirelessly on this important project.


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