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Tramore Surf Lifesaving Club who recently received full Planning permission for a National Lifeguard Training Centre unveils its plans in the presents of Minister for Environment Phil Hogan and Chairperson of Irish Water Safety Breda Collins. This new and exciting venture between Waterford County Council and the Tramore Club is a first in Ireland.

The Surf Lifesaving Club which is part of Water Safety, Waterford has over 100 members and has been training children and adults the art of Surf Lifesaving for many years now. The club holds many National and International awards for Board Rescue, can buoy rescue, speed swim, ski races as well as beach events.

The Chairman of the club Michael Cuddihy said 'he was delighted that Minister Hogan has given his time and interest to support the clubs progressive plans.' The Planning permission was granted on the 13th February and was unanimously supported by the entire council. The club now intends to seek supplementary funding from Waterford Leader Partnership.

This will greatly enhance Tramore as a Premier Seaside Resort and add to the safety features already in place for local residents and visitors alike. This Centre will support the Marine Economy in the South East.

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