Comharthaí úra sa Cheathrú! / New Signs in the Quarter!

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Seán Duffy agus Gerard Carlyle ó Bhialann Fáilte le Feargal Mac Ionnrachtaigh

Gnó agus Gaeilge faoi bhláth / Irish Language and Business in bloom

Gaeilge


D’fháiltigh an tOifigeach Tionscadail Gnó le Gaeilge le Forbairt Feirste, Feargal Mac Ionnrachtaigh roimh bhorradh eile faoin Cheathrú Ghaeltachta inniú 3/6/10  nuair a fuair Bialann Fáilte a litir tairisceana faoi scéim chomharthaíochta de chuid Fhoras na Gaeilge le haghaidh maoinithe i dtreo comharthaí Gaeilge.


Ag ceiliúradh na litreach, dúirt comhúinéir na bialainne, Seán Duffy:


“Shíl muidne go raibh sé  ríthábhachtach gur thacaigh Bialann Fáilte le cur chun cinn na Gaeilge, go háirithe agus muid lonnaithe i gcroílár na Ceathrún Gaeltachta. Rinne muid teagmháil le Forbairt Feirste, eagraíocht forbartha Gaeilge ar Bhóthar na bhFál, a dúirt linn gur atosaigh an scéim Gnó le Gaeilge a thugann tacaíocht maoinithe le haghaidh comharthaíochta agus stáiseanóireachta Gaeilge do ghnóthaí.


” Caithfear fáilte a chur roimh a leithéid seo de scéimeanna praiticiúla a thugann fíorthacaíochta do ghnónna beaga sa cheantar seo.”


“Tá borramh nach beag faoin Ghaeilge le tamall de bhlianta maidir le comharthaíocht agus seirbhísí agus seo céim eile i dtreo an fheabhais sin a bhuíochas do scéim Fhoras na Gaeilge agus obair s’againne féin ar an talamh,” a dúirt Mac Ionnrachtaigh.


Tuilleadh eolais feargal@forbairtfeirste.com


English


Forbairt Feirste, Irish Means Business project worker, Feargal Mac Ionnrachtaigh has welcomed yet another advance in the development of West Belfast’s Gaeltacht Quarter with the receipt today 3/6/10 of  Fáilte Restaurant’s  letter of offer from Foras na Gaeilge under the Irish In Business scheme which part funds bilingual signage and stationery for local businesses.


Restaurant part owner Seán Duffy said:


“We felt is was very important that Fáilte Restaurant promoted the Irish language, particularly given our location in the flourishing Gaeltacht Quarter here in West Belfast.


“We contacted Forbairt Feirste, the Irish language promotion organisation based here on the Falls Road, who told us of the recommencement of the Irish for Businesses project which provides assistance towards Irish language signage and Irish language stationery for businesses.


“Practical initiatives like the Gnó project, which deliver real assistance to new and developing businesses, are to be welcomed in this area.”


“Irish in Business has had renewed impetus in recent years with signage and services increasing and this is another step in the direction of the continuing improvement thanks to Foras na Gaeilge’s Gnó Le Gaeilge scheme and to our work on the ground,” said Mac Ionnrachtaigh.


Further information feargal@forbairtfeirste.com


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