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Major expansion for Moville Business Park 20.11.07

A BUSINESS park in Moville is set for a major expansion following a funds boost of €99,000.
Moville Business Park. Glencrow Business Park is currently home to ten companies including a pottery, a clothes manufacturer and the maker of components for hot tubs. Now the park, run by the North East Inishowen Tourist Development Company Ltd., is set to expand with a further four 1,000sq ft units thanks to the €99,000 grant from the Donegal County
Enterprise Fund.
The not-for-profit organisation has been involved in many projects in the Moville area for the last number of years.
North East Inishowen Tourist Development Company Ltd., chairman, Leo McCauley said the group was delighted with the funding boost.
"This is testimony to the success of Glencrow Business Park to date.
Our aim is to provide around four more much-needed start-up units for local indigenous companies," said Mr. McCauley.
The organisation's other work to date includes the restoration of the Cornstore building at Bath Terrace, Moville, that has been converted into five self-catering apartments. It has also co-ordinated five successive Fás/Community Employment Schemes and runs its own community website www.movilleinishowen.com . It is also exploring the feasibility of a building a marina at Carrickarory, Moville.  Senator Cecilia Keaveney
Leo McCauley.
welcomed the funding announced yesterday by Enterprise Minister, Micheal Martin.
“It is refreshing to see such voluntary drive being recognised in the form of the support announced today.
"I commend all those involved in the company and I have no doubt that the funding received will enable the group to continue their hard work, ” said Senator Keaveney.
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