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01 Dec 2021

Dunfanaghy website launched

Dunfanaghy website launched
Eamonn McFaddeneditorial@donegaldemocrat.com@dgldemocrat

The seaside village of Dunfanaghy has launched a new information website for the area.

Last Thursday a large crowd gathered in Molly’s Bar to officially launch the Dunfanaghy area website, under its new name of www.deolas.com. The name Deolas, comes from “D” for Dunfanaghy, followed by the Irish word for “information” – eolas.

Lisa McGrath of the Dunfanaghy Area Community Network explains the site is to beneift all the community. 

”What we have here, in Dunfanaghy, is the complete package – and that is what the website sets out to portray. Tourism is a vital employer in these parts, and we need employment, and therefore we need tourists. In creating the website, we have found it is easy to be enthusiastic and talk about Dunfanaghy, and how attractive a village it is.”

The website represents and promotes the village in its entirety, as one attractive, cohesive unit. 

Already the website has been instrumental in bringing many tourists with many people working behind the scenes of the site.

Pictured: Lisa McGrath pictured with Shawn Jones and Stephen Inglis at the launch of the new website.

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