Changing Ireland included a piece on the NRN Meath River Rescue LEADER case study in the Spring Issue of their magazine. Meath River Rescue was set up in 1996 by a group of volunteers in the community of Navan. This particular project supported Meath River Rescue to upgrade their equipment, including custom made diving suits and new push start engines, which allows their volunteers to conduct this vital service safely and more efficiently.
The full case study of this project has now been uploaded to the NRN website and can be viewed here.
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