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Meath Partnership - Fostering Progress and Innovation in County Meath

 


Welcome to Meath Partnership

Meath Partnership is a dynamic partnership company established in 2006 to deliver a range of rural, social and economic programmes at local level across County Meath.


Through these programmes, we provide support and assistance to private individuals and community groups active at local level through capital grant aid, technical assistance, guidance and mentoring, information and support, training opportunities and development initiatives.

 

We are constantly updating and improving the range of services and supports we provide to meet the needs of our customers and clients.

Operational Continuity Notification - Re: COVID-19
16.3.2020

A Chara,

At Meath Partnership, we are actively monitoring the current situation with regards to Covid-19 and have undertaken all recommended precautions in relation to the health and safety of our staff, customers, volunteers, stakeholders and the wider community.

As of 16th March, we have taken the decision to implement a system of remote working for all our employees and have contingency plans in place to ensure that we are operating as normally as possible. All our project officers, supervisors and administrative staff can be contacted via email or on their mobile phones.

 

Our offices in Kells and Navan, while operational, will be closed to the general public from today, however our telephone (046 9280790) and email (info@meathpartnership.ie) communications will be fully functioning from Monday to Friday from 9.00am to 5.30pm as normal.

 

To keep up-to-date with the latest developments, please be advised that:

  • The Health Service Executive (HSE) HSE website is the main source of information: It has the most up-to-date information on the Coronavirus, and it is updated daily.
  • The Health Protection Surveillance Centre (HPSC Website) has a helpful ‘Frequently Asked Question’ (FAQ) section, and it is also updated daily.

 

We know that many people may be feeling a sense of anxiety and stress at this time.  In this regard information and resources are being developed to support mental wellbeing and promote resilience during these challenging times.  These will be shared with you, across Meath Partnership’s social media channels as soon as they are developed.

 

Our collective efforts are critical, we need to do this together, as one community. Everyone is being asked to play their part, to help each other. Slowing the spread of this disease protects everyone, but it particularly protects those who are most at risk.

 

With kind regards and stay safe,

 

Michael Ludlow,
Chief Executive Officer

 

To keep in touch with the lastest developments and news items, why not request a copy of our quarterly newsletter. Simply email a request to info@meathpartnership.ie