Save our Ambulance Service - Browne

Deputy Mary Lou McDonald, TD congratulating Martin Browne, who was the unanimous elected at Monday nights  Sinn F�in Selection Convention in Halla na F�ile to replace his late brother Michael on Cashel Town Council. Also in the photograph is Liam Walsh, chairman South Tipperary Comhairle Ceanaire.
SF Cllr Martin Browne has called for the Ambulance Service to give assurances that Cashel will not lose one of the two vehicles which is based in the town.

SF Cllr Martin Browne has called for the Ambulance Service to give assurances that Cashel will not lose one of the two vehicles which is based in the town.

Cllr Browne is calling on locals to get involved in putting pressure on South Tipperary’s TDs and Senators to retain both ambulances in Cashel. Cllr Browne has slammed this as “another example of stripping Cashel of its vital services, after the town has already lost its Town Council and the Tax Office. Cashel is one of the most central towns in the country, and on the National Motorway network. It makes sense to retain full services here.”