Moville school extension on schedule for completion next year

The extension to Moville Community College is on schedule for completion in the second quarter of 2025, according to Donegal minister, Charlie McConalogue.

Speaking after a recent site visit, the Minister for Agriculture, Food and the Marine said he’s delighted the project is on course to be finished within the agreed deadline.

“This extension will consist of 20 new classrooms and many other features that will accommodate up to 550 pupils, which is great news for the school and the wider Moville area,” he said.


“Early last year, I received confirmation that the school had been approved to proceed to construction under the Large Build Capital Programme. Works began in July, and it was great to see first-hand how well the extension is progressing when I met with Donegal ETB

Chief Executive, Anne McHugh, school principal, Caroline Doherty, and Brendan Conway from Woodvale Construction on site.

“Great work has been done to get the project to the stage it’s at.

“All going well, the build will be finished in the first quarter of 2025. There’s a great sense of excitement and anticipation in the school about the extension. When it’s up and running, this new state-of-the-art building is sure to breathe new life into the school and the town of Moville,” he said.

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