Making for a Better Kells
The official release of the Prosper Meath led Walkability study of Kells in association with Meath County Council, Age Friendly Alliance, Eureka Secondary School, Kells Local Heroes and Laterlife Network. The event was also supported by Minister of State for European Affairs, Helen McEntee and local Councillors for the Kells area, Sarah Reilly and Sean Drew.
The function of the study was to identify how Kells could become a more accessible town for all community members. Easy access to all areas of Kells for the elderly, the youth, parents with buggies and also for people with disabilities.
Meath County Council have confirmed work is in planning for many of the areas identified in the study and at Prosper Meath, we look forward to continuing our strong working relationship with Meath County Council and all the agencies that supported this initiative in ensuring progress is made.