Brian O'Donoghue wrote:
> cross the border and in the first village you find setup shop, then
> come back down to Dublin and ask for a grant, only then as a 'foreign' or
> 'quasi foreign with the power sharing arrangement' would you actually stand
> any appreciable chance of getting funding from the Irish government.
Or set up shop either in Connemara or in North-West Mayo and get
an Udaras grant. To do that you need to be at least somewhat
capable of working through Irish. I guess you could employ
someone to work on the gaeilgoir Mandrake.
E-Mail: bolsh at gimp.org
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