Ursula Bishop attends Templeogue day services and was awarded Templeogue Person of the Year by the Templeogue Tidy Towns Committee.
Ursula secured €30,000.00 for community improvements with South Dublin City Council. Ursula regularly encounters obstacles and hazards when travelling to the local shops, church and café as a wheelchair user. Ursula appealed to the local council and won this large investment to support her community.
Ursula received a beautiful Dublin Crystal Glass Award with her name engraved following her research project , 'Make The Journey Easy' , on wheelchair access in the Templeogue area.
She has also been nominated for the Volunteer of the Year Award with South Dublin County Council at a forthcoming awards ceremony in the Red Cow Hotel this coming 1st December!!
You can get a link to the full article here which also appears in the Clondalkin, Tallaght and Lucan editions of the Echo.
Congratulations to Ursula Bishop Templeogue day services awarded Templeogue Person of the Year by Templeogue Tidy Towns. She secured 30,000 for her local community to improve wheelchair users experiences. https://t.co/UQsCl0Yakg for full story.@IrishWheelchair @FinianMcGrathTD pic.twitter.com/N3RLErbun8— St.Michael's House (@StMichaelsHouse) November 27, 2018