Sinn Féin president, Gerry Adams TD, will be in Carrick-on-Shannon tomorrow, (Thursday 10 May 2012) with Deputy Martin Ferris to meet community groups which are bearing the burden of the attack on rural Ireland by the Fine Gael-Labour coalition government.
Later in the day the Sinn Féin leader will be joined by other party members: Michael Colreavy TD, Senator Trevor Ó Clochartaigh and Michelle O’Neill MLA and minister for rural development and agriculture in the North.
The team will address a public meeting at the Landmark Hotel, Carrick-on-Shannon and will take questions and comments from the floor.
Sinn Féin is inviting submissions that will go toward forming a comprehensive plan for the future of Rural Ireland.
All individuals and groups are welcome to submit these and the meeting tomorrow night is open to the public.