Grand Opening of Refurbished Kitchen Wing at Townley Hall
Minister Heather Humphreys TD is greeted by the Bursar, Dermot Conway on arrival at Townley Hall.
David Horan, Principal of The School of Philosophy and Economic Science (SPES), Minister Heather Humphreys TD and Dermot Conway, Bursar at Townley Hall.
Fergus O'Dowd TD, Dermot Conway, SPES, Frank O'Brien, Louth Leader Partnership, Minister Heather Humphreys TD, Michael and Victoria Kavanagh, MVK Architects and David Horan, SPES, in the rotunda of Townley Hall
Minister Humphreys admires the dome of the Rotunda at Townley Hall.
Shane Mulhall, Leader of SPES in Ireland with Minister Humphreys and Nicola Haughey during a tour of the house.
Dermot Conway, Fergus O'Dowd TD with Michael & Victoria Kavanagh of MVK Architects during the reception.
Marc Ritchie, DAHG with Jill Chadwick, Conservation Officer at Meath Co. Co. at the exhibition and reception.
Emma & Victoria Kavanagh at the exhibition and reception.
Nicola and Padraig Haughey admire the rotunda at Townley Hall.
Richard McLaughlin & Des Byrne of Lotts Architecture, Mark Price Architect with Matthew Lynch and Frank Haughey (centre) of Francis Haughey Contractors.
Basil Conroy, quantity surveyor for Phase I, with guest and Therese Conroy (right) at the reception.
Michael Kavanagh, Emma Kavanagh, Peter Tansey, Richard McLaughlin and Des Byrne in the rotunda.
Des Byrne and Mark Price at the reception.
Minister Humphreys studies the view from Townley Hall with Dermot Conway during a tour of the house.
Minister Humphreys and Dermot Conway during a tour of the house.
Minister Humphreys and Dermot Conway view the exhibition describing the history of the house, recent works and plans for Phase II. Also present was the Cllr. Oliver Tully, Chairman of Louth Co. Co..
The firm of Francis Haughey carried out the refurbishment and restoration works. Enjoying the reception are Frank Haughey, McVerry father and son and Matthew Lynch.
Dermot Conway, Michael Kavanagh, Frank O'Brien, Minister Heather Humphreys, David Horan and Victoria Kavanagh at the opening ceremony.
Minister Humphreys cuts the ribbon to officially open the restored and refurbished Kitchen Wing.
Minister Humphreys during her speech at the opening.
David Horan with Minister Humphreys alongside a plaque acknowledging the financial support of the project from Louth Leader Partnership through the Rural Development Scheme as well as from voluntary donations from within the School of Philosophy.
The official opening by Minister Heather Humphreys TD of the refurbished and restored Kitchen Wing at Townley Hall was attended by Fergus O'Dowd TD, Cllr. Oliver Tully, Chairman of Louth Co. Co. as well as Frank O'Brien and fellow members of the board of Louth Leader Partnership.