Save the Date – Clare PPN plenary meeting 14th June 2018

Clare PPN will hold it’s first plenary meeting of 2018 on Thursday 14th June in Glor Theatre, Ennis at 6.30 – 8.00 pm

In collaboration with new climate change action organisation ‘Future Proof Clare’ following the plenary meeting refreshments and finger food will be served and there will be a talk and discussion with guest speaker from ‘Food and Water Europe’ Andy Gheorghiu who will speak about international campaign to oppose the building of the proposed LNG terminal which is planned for the Shannon Estuary.  Clare PPN members who are interested are warmly invited to stay on for the discussion.

What is a plenary meeting?

Plenary meetings (meetings where all the member groups are invited ) are the forum where the main decisions of the PPN are made and they take place at least twice a year. Their role is to direct the operation of the PPN, setting overall PPN policy and processes. Each member group has one vote on any decision at the plenary. They are also an ideal forum for member groups to meet and network and to hear about matters of interest to them. As such it is very important that as many member groups attend as possible.

The plenary meeting on Thursday, 14th June will also announce the results of the three elections for which Clare PPN is currently seeking nominations:

1. Killaloe Municipal District Secretariat Member.
2. Social Inclusion College Representative to sit on Clare County Council’s Local Community Development Committee   =(LCDC).
3. Community and Voluntary College Representative to sit on Clare County Council’s Social Development Strategic Policy      Committee (SPC)

For more details on these elections and who can stand for the positions please see

We look forward to seeing you there. In the meantime, if you have any questions or agenda suggestions for the plenary please contact



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